Did you know- Heavy elements
All heavy elements including metals are made in the final living phase of a dying star
When a star’s core runs out of hydrogen, the star begins to die out. In its desperate attempt for survival, it first starts to fuse helium, carbon and then iron atoms. When it can no longer maintain its stability from fusing iron (as iron fusion does not produce energy, instead it needs energy to sustain it), the star undergoes a massive explosion called the supernova. The most common alloy made of iron is stainless steel, which is one of the strongest and most resistant alloys in the world.
Very low temperature effect minimises the influence of fluctuations of both process and ambient temperatures thus guaranteeing accurate and stable measurements
May be used in the temperature range of -40°C and 250°C. This guarantees the highest degree of process safety also in tanks and pipes which are cleaned or sterilized (CIP/SIP) at high temperatures, even for very long cycles
The new diaphragm detects with a smaller process connection at least as accurately as conventional diaphragms with a larger diameter.
Fast membrane recovery after temperature shocks of the diaphragm permits shorter downtime in batch applications and thus a significantly higher availability of production facilities.
TempC membrane has better hygiene cleanability as well as insensitivity to strong pressure load changes.
Endress+Hauser's TempC Stainless Steel membranes
For level measurements in pressurised tanks and in specific pressure applications, diaphragm seals may constitute the only possibility of measuring reliably and safely. To measure even more precisely in such applications and to increase process safety, Endress+Hauser has developed the TempC Membrane on basis of a completely novel technology. This membrane guarantees best in class accuracy and maximum process safety in diaphragm seal applications.