Eliminate the need for heated enclosures and sensing lines in cold climates

10 22, 2015 Spartan Controls

The summer months have become a distant memory, and although the warm fall weather seems to be hanging on, it is only a matter of time before the blistery cold weather that we are all too familiar with in Western Canada returns to wreak havoc on your measurement devices.

Instrumentation in cold climates where temperatures can fall below -40⁰C has faced a number of challenges in the past, such as high cost, unreliability and slow response. But, newer instruments and technologies such as Emerson Process Management’s Rosemount transmitters have battled these challenges by eliminating the need for heated enclosures and sensing lines.

Recently at Emerson Exchange, Mark Menezes, Measurement Business Manager at Emerson Process Management, presented a number of best practices for improving measurements in cold weather. Click here to read a summary of this presentation.

New Measurement Practices for Cold Climates Infographic