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NEC Birmingham(B40 1NT)
25/09/2019 - 26/09/2019
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01/10/2019 - 03/10/2019
The UK’s largest ever event in the processing and packaging sector calendar. With over 350 exhibitors (more)
Nitrogen purging protects sensing systems against humidity and condensation
Brownell introduces the NEPS1000 (Nitrogen Enhanced Purge System), which is designed to maximise the dry gas purging process for the removal of humidity within all sensing systems. Preventing condensation and high humidity provides increased reliability and extends equipment life and operational availability.
Dry gas purging is used as a part of the manufacturing process, which creates a dry inert internal environment. The use of dry nitrogen will lower the oxygen concentration within equipment reducing any oxidation effects for Infra red and thermal imaging systems along with most optical & laser systems
NEPS1000 provides the user with complete gas control and management, whilst maximising the use of dry gas and improving purging efficiency. NEPS1000 is fully automatic and can be programmed to achieve the users required dryness without manual intervention.
The dryness of the gas is important to the effectiveness of the purging operation and the in-built dewpoint monitor can be used to check the quality of the purge gas. The NEPS1000 has an in-built leak test facility, this enables users to qualify the sealing standard of their equipment.
NEPS1000 range is available in both laboratory and portable versions for field and remote applications and can operate from global country voltages and frequencies ranging from 100 to 230 VAC at 50-60Hz.
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