Moisture Analyzers are used as multichannel analyzer, moisture meter or moisture sensors for absolute moisture analysis in liquids. Moisture analyzers are provided in weather-protective enclosures and explosion proof enclosures.
Moisture Meters measure the moisture content in bulk solids, liquids and gases. Moisture meter requires an analysis of performance specifications and output options. Moisture meters with frequency or pulse outputs use amplitude modulation, frequency modulation or pulse width modulation.
Moisture Calibrator generates moisture content and it included designs like ice bath or a glycol chiller. Small differences in saturation temperature resulted in large differences in moisture content to design the calibrator for ambient temperature. To protect the calibrator from particulates, the upstream gas is passed through a filter and ultra high purity nitrogen is saturated with moisture at a known pressure and temperature. The upstream and downstream saturator pressures are monitored using TH-1 pressure transducers. Most yield monitors have moisture calibration data for numerous crops. Also grain samples are collected for moisture content determination using an accurate moisture meter to insure the proper moisture calibration of the monitor.
Moisture Gauge is installed to monitor soil water content in order to assess the effects of saturation and other control parameters. It is a method of measuring water content using diffusion. They are sensitive to thermal neutrons and have an affected radius of 10 to 20 cm. Moisture gauges are widely used for the determination of soil moisture. The gauge consists of a probe, containing a source of fast neutrons. Infrared moisture gauge is suitable for measuring in sheet like materials that are transparent to near infrared wavelengths. The moisture gauge sings when its sensitive moisture probes detect there is not enough moisture in the soil for the plants. The advanced moisture gauge for wood industry includes a temperature probe, pouch and moisture probe.