Does a standard sensor work in every temperature measurement application? What the Temperature Experts at Burns find is not really. The May Application Note shows an example where we were able to customize an existing design to help the user meet their needs beyond the measurement.
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NIST engineers D. Ripple an G. Strouse offer their thoughts on alternatives to Liquid in Glass (LiG) Thermometers. The abstract refers to the increase in automation and the desire to eliminate mercury as driving a lot of thoughtful consideration as to options. Originally published in 2005 in the Journal of ASTM International, the issues still exists and we hear that there are still a lot of LiG devices still in use.
Are you still using LiG devices? Contact a Burns Temperature Measurement Expert at firstname.lastname@example.org. We’d love to discuss the alternatives to LiG. Or visit the Burns site, browse around and if you don’t see what you had in mind, click the black button “Help me find the right solution“. We’ll be in touch shortly.