Validation of humidity probes

Published:  15 February, 2016

michell_instruments.pngMICHELL INSTRUMENTS says its new HygroCal100 humidity verifier provides a practical option for companies that are not able to invest in a full humidity calibration laboratory to verify their humidity probes in-house.

The unit is said to be cost-effective and is available either on its own or with a choice of options to meet a variety of needs. Michell says on its own, the HygroCal100 provides a simple way to validate humidity probes on site and weighing just 3.2 kg and with a battery life of up to 8 hours it is easily portable. It is said to be capable of validating up to 7 probes of different sizes simultaneously, and has a simple automatic validation program which allows the operator to ‘set and forget’ while the unit is working.

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