Temperature measurements are central in many industrial sectors, to control manufacturing processes, to guarantee the temperature of heat treatment, deposition, cooking or to ensure the continuity of the cold chain during the storage and transport of products.
For each application, it is a question of finding the right technology and type of sensors, as well as the conditions of use and implementation.
But how to orient its choice according to its application? With, for example, the development of pyrometry, communicating sensors, how is metrology positioned to ensure the reliability of measurements?
On November 16, 2021, during a technical day proposed by the CFM (French College of Metrology) and organized in collaboration with Jacques-Olivier Favreau of Cetiat (Technical Center for Aeraulic and Thermal Industries), experts specializing in thermometry, industrialists developing sensors, and industrial integrators and users will present their point of view.
Adrien Dugast from Trescal, a key player in industrial metrology and calibrations who will present metrological traceability in thermometry, Mehdi Ibrouchène who will testify on thermometric practices at Matra Electronique, Eric Michelot from Siemens who will talk about intrusive probes in industrial processes, Jean-François Assier from Cemafroid who will speak on the theme of the cold chain, Vincent Quélin of Waranet Solutions who develops connected sensors, and Jean-Pierre Monchau of Themacs who will present the principles of pyrometry and give several examples of non-contact temperature measurements.
Most of these speakers are also contributors to a technical guide to the CFM collection, produced in co-edition with Afnor, entitled "Temperature measurements – Good practices and applications in industry". This document will also be released in November 2021.
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