Built to last

Published:  19 July, 2016

MICHELL INSTRUMENTS says its new HygroSmart HS3 probe has been designed to withstand the kind of harsh and demanding conditions found in industrial processes. The company says unlike many ‘disposable’ probes that have a short life within harsh conditions before needing to be replaced, the HygroSmart HS3 sensor uses Michell’s polymer tile to give long-term reliable measurements

and in addition, it also has an accuracy of 0.8%RH, making it among the most accurate and reliable RH probes on the market, as well as allowing for longer recalibration periods.

Michell says this not only gives peace of mind to process operators, but also provides a low life-time cost of ownership when compared to the disposable probes. The HygroSmart HS3 consists of a solid, corrosion-resistant probe body with an interchangeable sensor.

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