White paper: Vaisala: Four things you need to know about compressed air dew point sampling

This paper shares tips on how to get a representative sample of the process gas and avoid potential sources of error caused by incorrect sampling practices.
October 29, 2012

Sampling is needed when direct measurement of the air is undesirable or is simply not feasible. This may be due to a high process temperature, the need to protect the sensor from water spikes, the added convenience of installing and removing the instrument from a pressurized process without shutting down the line, or wanting to make the measurement in a more convenient location.

This paper shares tips on how to get a representative sample of the process gas and avoid potential sources of error caused by incorrect sampling practices.

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