Application Notes, or AppNotes, are a collection of mini-case-studies curated over the years. These application notes show the diversity of application challenges Burns has encountered, and the solutions developed.
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SNI Non-Intrusive Sensor
See a solution for a cheese maker measuring high pressure dense material in a tube
Hand-Held Probe for Cocoa Beans
This 5 foot long hand-held probe features a replaceable tip for abrasive cocoa beans
SFM Flush Mount Sensor for Mixing Vessel
A peanut butter manufacturer needs a solution for measuring temperature in a mixing vessel
Series D Averaging Sensor for Conveyor Oven
15 ft. long sensor measures temperature at multiple points in a conveyor oven
300L and Thermowell Improves Brewing Process
In brewing beer temperature accuracy is key to making the best beer
Handheld Averaging Sensor in Mash Tank for Brewer
Beer brewer finds a solution to mash tank temperature measurement
Ultrasonic Bath Temperature
Series 300 Heavy-Duty temperature measurement solution for an ultrasonic bath
Quick disconnect saves pharma manufacturer time and money
Critical Air Temperature Sensor and Transmitter
Upgraded air temperature sensor improves HVAC performance in pharma facility
SWE Sanitary Thermowell for Small Diameter Lines
SWE thermowells allow temperature measurement in small diameter tubes with minimal disruption
S55 Sensor with Integral Thermowell
The addition of a thermowell to pharma process makes sensor maintenance easier and cleaner
SAL Autoclave Temperature Probe
A moisture-proof handheld sensor designed for the rigors of autoclave environment
Temperature Sensors for Very Small Lines
See how the SWE and SNI options offer solutions for tubing under 1/2 inch
Series 300 Solution for Sanitary High-Vibration Applications
Heavy-duty Series 300 sensor is the go-to solution for this high-vibration environment
Tripple Element Sensor
Burns offers a 1/4″ triple element sensor for applications where multiple readings are required at a single point
SNR Small Line Temp Measurement
Removable spring-loaded sensor for measuring the temperature of small diameter tubing
The Importance of Certifications
Certifications are nearly as important as the sensors themselves. Burns has developed a system for providing the correct certifications
SAH and SAX Dual Probe Autoclave Sensor
Dual port for autoclave and dual sensors for measuring temps in multiple locations
Temperature Probes for thermowells with limited access
Series E sensors that feature segmented or flexible sheaths allow installation into thermowells in tight areas
Multi-Point Temperature Sensor
Measuring temperature at multiple depths in a tank with one temperature probe
Multi-Point Temperature Sensor to Measure Depth
See how this chemical company measures product depth using multi-point temperature sensor
Corrosion Protection Options in Temperature Sensor Design.
Two, Three & Four Wire Circuits for RTDs
How to Identify a Temperature Sensor
Temperature plays an important role in Beer brewing – A case study.
What kind of sensor do I have? Identification of RTD and thermocouple temperature sensors.
Variable immersion PRT for greater measurement flexibility
Surface mount PRT suitable for outdoor use.
Bayonet twist-lock makes regularly scheduled calibrations more efficient.
Tip sensitive probe for improved accuracy in short immersion applications.
Autoclave probe with quick disconnect cable.
A081119Loop powered indicator augments dial thermometer in ethanol plant.
Tantalum sleeved thermowell allows an RTD to improve temperature measurement accuracy in a steel pickling process.
Resistance Temperature Detector (RTD) or Thermocouple
A look at the pros and cons of RTDs vs thermocouple temperature sensors
How electrical interference can cause unexpected problems with temperature measurement accuracy
Temperature Sensor Identification
How to identify your Burns temperature sensor by using the serial number and wire color
2, 3, and 4 Wire RTD Circuits
Three different wiring combinations and why they matter
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