We are pleased to announce our latest training course schedule for 2016. Courses include in partnership with Dave Ayres from Benrhos Ltd our practical 3 day temperature, humidity and dew point calibration and measurement uncertainty courses. In addition, for those seeking greater depth we are running dedicated courses on measurement uncertainty and ISO 17025 run by Lawrie Cronin and Dave Ayres
8th – 10th March :: 12th – 14th July :: 15th – 17th November
– Three day course at Rotronic UK offices and UKAS laboratory
– Practical applied knowledge and best practice
– Max 8 attendees to ensuring tailored content
Our state side colleagues have put together a great FAQ technical note explaining dew point temperature in more detail!
The FAQ technical note can be accessed here and answers the following key questions!
What is dew point temperature?
What is frost point?
When should I choose dew point as the parameter I measure?
What are the pros and cons of measuring dew point versus relative humidity?
Does dew point change as the ambient temperature changes?
How does pressure affect dew point measurement?
What are the common technologies for measuring dew point?
Isn’t dew point temperature the same thing as wet bulb temperature?
How do I know which technology is best for my application?
Where can I buy a dew point instrument?
Rotronic produce precision low dew point sensors for low moisture applications in addition Rotronic UK is the UK distributor for world class MBW chilled mirrors, please contact us for additional information!
A fantastic view of the Swiss mountains complimented an exciting glimpse of the future at the Rotronic International Sales Meeting 2014 in the Swiss mountain village of Grindelwald.
The biennial Rotronic ISM brings together distributors and subsidiaries from the global Rotronic network (or family as it feels when we are all together!).
The week long meeting provides an invaluable opportunity to share experiences, projects, new ideas and product updates along with the showing off latest developments and future trends for the company. Aside from the formal workshops, training courses and meetings is the opportunity to informally explore new ventures and insights from around the world – as well as sharing a beer or two of course.
The growing range of new product launches from the Swiss HQ, combined with further developments from the UK’s R&D group based around the HygroGen technology highlights that the outlook for the next two years will be very interesting! (check out our new Hygrogen and AwTherm specific satellite sites www.hygrogen.com)
The last day of the meeting ensured everyone forgot about instruments for a while as we made our way out into the mountains. Mixed groups were pitched against each other in a fairly weird and wonderful mix of traditional team alpine games including Alphorn blowing and milk chair shuffling (best not to ask)!! Competition was tight but fun had by all.
It was all wrapped up with a fantastic outdoor bbq and the Rotronic awards – the UK team getting an award for the best CO2 product sales performance over the past two years!
The ISM are important to maintain open communication and share knowledge. Combined with a delicate mix of hard work, fun and fantastic enthusiasm from all the those attending ensures that once again the ISM was a great success!
Several important announcements were made about new products and future developments including…
New ATEX Range (launches very soon!)
Heated HygroMet Probe (now available!)
Two new videos coming soon (CO2 measurement and humidity overview)!
In addition we were given a glimpse of the future… Rotronic UK unveiled the latest HygroGen2 features and the HG2’s bigger brother, the HygroGen2-XL.
Rotronic AG introduced a new ASIC for the Hygroclip probe range improving reliability and quality without affecting compatibility.
Beyond this there were several very exciting new product ranges on the horizon but these are still under wraps for now… watch this space 🙂