World Metrology Day was established to recognize the importance of consistency of measurement around the world to support global commerce. Here is what NIST is doing to celebrate and recognized the day.
Other information about this important day, click here.
The overall effort of metrology influences everyone every day. How have you been helped by the effort to ensure global measurement consistency? Comment below.
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The 3-A organization is meeting in Milwaukee Wisconsin. The meetings and educational programs strive to document best practices and guidelines for the Dairy Industry as well as overall Food and Beverage related processes.
Burns will be there - participating in the P3-A and 3-A SSI Educational programs and the Work Group 7 discussions.
Take a look at the agenda for Work group 7 which addresses Instruments and Connections.
Curious about the 3-A Sanitary Standards organization? Check out the 3-A web site.
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Register NOW – for the first session on RTD Accuracy. Bill Bergquist, Burns Sr. Applications Engineer will kick off the complex, yet critical topic of RTD Accuracy with a discussion about the terminology and an overview of the error sources.
Don’t miss this important start to the entire series.
Visit the RTDology page and sign up now for all 3 sessions - get them on your calendar and bring all the questions you have ever pondered regarding RTD accuracy.
Welcome to BEnews! Part of the newly updated Burns Web Site. Click around. Lots of new great stuff.
New RTDology sessions.
New BEnews quick reference on the home page.
New Who We Are page (aka; About)
New Community page.. we are always looking for more people to share our temperature experience with…
New Representatives page. Easy identification of our Authorize Rep in your area.
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