The Morris Technology group would like to take this opportunity to thank Brett Larsen for 23 years of service.
Brett has been manufacturing temperature sensors at D&N for over 22 years and is keen to apply his vast technical knowledge.
The Morris Technology group would like to take this opportunity to introduce our newest addition to our sales team, Brett Larsen.
Brett has been manufacturing temperature sensors at D&N for over 20 years and is keen to apply his vast technical knowledge to assisting our clients to find the best solution for their temperature requirements.
You can contact Brett on 0249526344 or head over to our contacts page and send him an email.
Welcome to part two of our high temperature cable blog, the last blog we discussed our range of PVC, Polyamide and Teflon cables. This week it is all about Fibreglass which is ideally used for high temperatures up to 480°C.
When choosing your high temperature cable care must be taken. There are many types of insulation used with varying degrees of thermal resistance and tensile strength. D&N supply such a wide
range we will be separating this blog into two parts. This article will look at our range of PVC, Polyamide and Teflon high temperature cables, and what applications they are suited too.
When selecting a high temperature cable a few factors must be taken into account.
As previously mentioned, Thermocouples comes in a wide range of calibrations. Among these calibrations Type K is the most popular choice for high temperature measurement. But does this mean it’s the best option for you? Today we look at what you should consider before purchasing your Type K Thermocouple.
Resistance Temperature Detectors (RTDs) rely on the predictable and repeatable phenomena of the electrical resistance of metals changing with temperature. The most common metals used for temperature sensing are platinum, nickel and copper.
A carbon bake furnace (CBF) is a super-sized oven which bakes carbon blocks, called “anodes”. These blocks are required in the aluminium production process.
D&N Engineering has been operating since 1974. During that time, we have worked extensively with Tomago & Hydro Aluminium providing solutions to assist them in improving and maintaining their CBF processes. This is why within the industry we are often referred to as “The Carbon Bake Furnace Specialists”.
As mentioned in our last blog “choosing your thermowell” a thermowell will keep your temperature device protected. But, in some industrial processes the extreme environments that a standard thermowell is exposed can significantly decrease the thermowells lifespan, and can put your temperature device at risk. For example, in power station processes pulverized coal dust travels at high velocity. This causes the thermowell to erode and if not quickly replaced can expose the temperature device. In this situation you will need to have your thermowell stellite coated.
In some cases, not using a thermowell can cause irreversible damage to your temperature sensor. In this article we will explain what is a thermowell, why you would need one, and what process you should follow when selecting a well for your project.
Thermowells are tubular fittings used to protect temperature sensors in industrial processes. They consist of a tube closed at one end and mounted in the process stream. A temperature sensor such as a thermometer, thermocouple or RTD is inserted in the open end of the tube. The process fluid transfers heat to the thermowell wall, which in turn transfers heat to the sensor.
D&N Engineering was founded on the vision “willing to take on any challenge, large or small” and it still rings true today. So in early 2014 when faced with the challenge of staying competitive in an increasing difficult market we did what we do best… found a solution. With the help of our friends from the Institute for LEAN systems (ILS) we were introduced to LEAN, the “systematic method for the elimination of waste within an enterprise”.