Infrared Temperature Measurement | Combustion & Environmental Monitoring

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Glasstec 2016 

20 - 23 Sept 

Dusseldorf, Germany

Stand E52 / Hall 14

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15/08/2016

AMETEK Land has revealed that its Physics Section Manager, Dr. Fiona Turner, will speak at the Society of Glass Technology (SGT) Centenary Conference, September 4-8, 2016, at the University of Sheffield. Dr. Turner’s topic is “Infrared Temperature Measurement of Thermally Tempered Low- Emissivity Glass.”

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05/08/2016

Michael Broughton, Head of AMETEK Land's UKAS Calibration Laboratory worked in collaboration with the University of Sheffield and the National Physical Laboratory on a recently published paper considering the potential for improved radiation thermometry measurement uncertainty through implementing a primary scale in an industrial laboratory. 
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04/08/2016

AMETEK Land will be revealing NIR-B Glass, the innovative new thermal imaging Near Infrared Borescope designed specifically for use in glass-melt tanks, with an optional auto-retract version for additional instrument protection, at Glasstec 2016 in Dusseldorf, Germany (20th to 23rd September 2016).
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29/07/2016

AMETEK Land has unveiled a new innovation for the glass industry: an enhanced thermal imaging Near Infrared Borescope (NIR-B) designed specifically for the use in glass-melt tanks, with an optional auto-retract version for additional instrument protection. 
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29/07/2016

While aluminium's use is ubiquitous, its extrusion is not without challenges. Specifically, the metal has unique emissivity characteristics and reflectivity considerations that complicate accurate and repeatable temperature measurements. Understanding and controlling temperature within the extrusion process is critical, therefore, to delivering quality aluminium extruded parts. Read the Engineering Brief in full.
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