• Michell Instruments is offering an affordable package for businesses to perform traceable humidity calibrations in-house, aiming to lower process downtime and reduce costs.
    Michell Instruments is offering an affordable package for businesses to perform traceable humidity calibrations in-house, aiming to lower process downtime and reduce costs.
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Michell Instruments is offering an affordable package for businesses to perform traceable humidity calibrations in-house, aiming to lower process downtime and reduce costs.

The package combines the Michell HygroCal 100 humidity validator with the Optidew 401 chilled mirror hygrometer. 

The former is a lightweight, portable humidity verifier, using an internal polymer reference to provide automatic verifications “of the accurate RH probes”. Users can also assign a hygrometer with an analogue output as a reference device, allowing the unit to preform full calibrations of humidity probes, which are traceable.

The latter is a hygrometer, which provides a reference for humidity calibrations. It is accurate to ±0.15°C dew point, ±0.15°C temperature and connects easily to the HygroCal 100.

Both instruments are light and compact, allowing users to easily move the system to where it is needed most, or pack away when not required.

 

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