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Burns on YouTube..

Posted on March 31, 2011

youtube-logo.jpgMore activity on the last day at Interphex in New York.  I heard it was a great show, except for the rainy final day.



Watch the video the guys created at Interphex. YouTube Video

Interested in learning more about the Burns Autoclave sensor family?  Click here for the catalog.

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Burns Interphex Experience

Posted on March 30, 2011

What's happening at Interphex?


Bill is streaming our Interphex experience live to the team back at Burns.  It's a fun way to allow the entire team to share in what's happening.




Sharing a few messages with our visitors at the show.your-needs.JPGsolving-challenges.JPG

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Stop by and visit with Bill (RTDologist™) and Jeff (RTDology™ Moderator) in booth 3813.  They have lots to share.

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Interphex 2011, Are you there?

Posted on March 29, 2011

Interphex 2011


...Off and running.


Burns, booth 3813,  is talking about autoclave sensors, mini immersion sensors and miniature transmitters.


Autoclave Xtreme Duty RTDMini Immersion Sensors


Solving measurement challenges, large & small, durable & delicate, precision & standard, typical & not so typical.


What have you seen at Interphex in the "not so typical" category?  Share with us-leave a comment.

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Not the Typical Burns RTD, or is it?

Posted on March 22, 2011

All Burns Application NotesCheck out this Application Note from Bill Bergquist (RTDologist™).  Flush Mount RTDs.  It may not look like your typical RTD, but in our world each application deserves the most appropriate design.  Some times it's "typical" and a lot of times it's not so "typical", but it's always the right sensor.  Burns Flush Mount Sensor


Because it's about the measurement first!


Have a non-typical challenge?


Contact us and we'll help you get the right measurement.

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