High-temperature air-flow monitor

Wind Probe LLC (Andover, MA, US) has introduced a high-temperature air-flow monitor instrument for large and small curing ovens.

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Wind Probe LLC (Andover, MA, US) has introduced a high-temperature air-flow monitor instrument for large and small curing ovens. This instrument reportedly combines the latest advances in materials, process control and microprocessor technology and hardware and software design. The Model 100 is small, lightweight and suitable for the harsh environments of a high-temperature curing oven. Designed with the cure of honeycombed carbon fiber composite structures in mind, this monitor can measure air flow at rates of 0-500 ft/min up to 200°C. The software permits selecting data rates and running averaging in both temperature and air flow. The software is said to be easily updated, and reference tables can be uploaded using an RS-232 communications interface. Download a white paper about Wind Probe's air-flow monitor here.

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