Our COSA XENTAUR™ dew point meters and transmitters are easy-to-use for quality control, production and in-process control of many industries, such as pharmaceutical, chemical, plastics, and the food and beverage industries. With user-friendly interface, our multi-functional dew point meters are fast and accurate with low maintenance.
The below products have been discontinued. Please contact us if you have questions or need further information.
The LPDT is to be replaced with our NEW Model LPDT2 which has more application options and lower cost options. The Model LPDT2 is currently available for purchase in all configurations and certifications as listed below.
General Purpose Models:
Hazardous Area Certified Models:
Measuring moisture in a process is important for several reasons:
Industries that use our COSA XENTAUR dew point meters include:
Our aluminum oxide sensors offer several advantages for use in our dew point meters:
High accuracy: Aluminum oxide sensors provide highly accurate measurements of dew point temperature, which is a key indicator of moisture content. They can measure dew points down to -148°F (-100°C) with an accuracy of ±0.2°F (±0.1°C).
Wide measuring range: Aluminum oxide sensors can measure dew points over a wide range of temperatures and pressures, making them suitable for a variety of industrial applications.
Stable and reliable: Aluminum oxide sensors are stable and reliable, with a long lifespan and low maintenance requirements.
Resistant to contamination: These sensors are resistant to contamination from oils, fuels, and other substances that can interfere with measurements.
Cost-effective: Aluminum oxide sensors are relatively low cost compared to other sensing technologies, making them a cost-effective option for dew point measurement.
The advantages of using aluminum oxide sensors in our dew point meter include high accuracy, wide measuring range, fast response time, stability, resistance to contamination, and cost-effectiveness. These factors make them a popular choice for measuring dew point temperature in a variety of industrial applications.
Moisture is a problem in process control for several reasons: