Posted on June 1, 2009 - ( views)
The S8000 Integrale cooled mirror hygrometer is able to cope with sample gas at pressures of up to 17 barG. This means a reduced response time which can help save users time and money in dry applications â€“ suchas compressed air and bottled gases â€“ where low dew-points are reached. Pressurising the sample speeds up the response time because the gas will have a higher dew point than the same sample at atmospheric pressure. This is because the water molecules are squeezed closer together under pressure making the sample â€˜wetterâ€™ than it would be at atmospheric pressure.
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