How to Calibrate to True Conditions
Atmospheric detection devices such as gas monitors, gas detectors, or gas sensors require accurate calibration to prevent false readings or hazardous exposures. These devices are typically positioned where exposure to humidity can cause interference or degradation of detector response. To prevent inaccuracies or false readings, gas monitoring and detection devices should be calibrated to true operating conditions that include percent relative humidity (%RH) indicative of their environment. Gas cylinders provide a static gas blend and additional equipment, or multiple gas cylinders are needed to add various levels of %RH to the calibration gas for proper calibration. The entire process is further complicated when multiple gas standards or a range of concentrations are needed with and without %RH to truly test detector performance.
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About the Speaker:
Danet M. Vrazel has worked in the Chemical Industry with companies such as Monsanto, Hoechst Celanese, and Solutia before taking a position with KIN-TEK in 2001. As a Technical Sales/Service Representative for KIN-TEK, Ms. Vrazel learned techniques for calibrating gas analytical devices using permeation tubes and gas standard generators. Danet has been with KIN-TEK for over 20 years providing gas calibration solutions to the gas analyzer industry. Now as Vice President, Ms. Vrazel uses her business experience and technical experience to help grow the business.
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