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Solutions for easy maintenance on compressed air systems from Michell

22 March 2011

The range of dew-point and relative humidity instruments and their oxygen analyzers from Michell Instruments are designed to make many routine maintenance and monitoring tasks quick and simple.

Michell will be exhibiting a range of these products at Maintec, from 29 to 31 March 2011, on stand C23. Included on the stand will be the company’s smallest and fastest portable dew-point hygrometer, the MDM300. At just 21cm by 17cm, weighing 1.5kg, and with a battery life of up to 48 hours typical usage, it enables the user to take field moisture measurements with the minimum of fuss. The fast response means that many more measurements can be taken each day – allowing for more productivity and also more time free for other tasks.

The MDM300 is easy to use. Its ergonomic design means that all the buttons are easily operated with the thumbs while the instrument is held comfortably in both hands. All measurement parameters are available at the touch of a button and the password-protected set-up menu is simple to navigate and intuitive to use. Both instrument set-up and downloading of logged data are easy with a Bluetooth connection that comes as standard.

Michell’s range of Easidew Dew-Point Transmitters are ideal for a host of applications where constant monitoring of moisture levels are key – such as compressed air systems and dessicant dryers. All Easidew Transmitters are available as part of a calibration exchange program, which enables users to keep up-to-date calibration certification with virtually no downtime and at a fraction of the cost of buying new replacement sensors.

The Calibration Exchange programme is ideal where periodic re-certification is required to maintain traceability. Before the re-calibration of an instrument is due, the customer orders an Exchange Sensor from Michell Instruments or one of its local representatives. Once received at the customer's premises the original sensor is removed and replaced with the Exchange Sensor, and the original sensor returned to Michell Instruments. Each calibration exchange sensor comes with a traceable calibration certificate as standard.

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