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  • Maintaining cryogenic temperatures with pressure control

    Maintaining cryogenic temperatures with pressure control Cryogens are substances that liquefy at or below 120 K under standard pressure (760 Torr). They are commonly used in applications to keep liquefied substances at extremely cold temperatures, including cryopreservation, rocket propulsion, and medical imaging. Two of the most well-know cryogens are liquid nitrogen and helium. Liquid nitrogen […]

  • LD Integrated Technologies characterizes medical device flows using LabVIEW pressure control

    LD Integrated Technologies characterizes medical device flows using LabVIEW pressure control LD Integrated Technologies (LDIT) is a consulting firm that specializes in system integration and automated testing projects. The firm often develops custom hardware, circuit design, embedded firmware, and software to meet the needs of their customers. LDIT focuses especially on integration projects within the […]

  • Choosing the right pressure reference (absolute or gauge)

    The choice to use absolute or gauge pressure can be a critical decision that significantly impacts the intended operation of your process.

  • Pressure calibration for H2scan HY-ALERTA hydrogen analyzers
    H2scan improves system stability for accurate hydrogen analysis using absolute pressure control

    H2scan improves system stability for accurate hydrogen analysis using absolute pressure control As a leading manufacturer of hydrogen detectors and analyzers for hydrogen leak detection and process gas monitoring, H2scan has exclusive commercial rights to a solid-state palladium-nickel (Pa-Ni) sensing technology that was first developed by Sandia National Laboratory and the US Department of Energy. […]