Extreme Temperatures

Tackle measurement challenges caused by extreme temperatures.

Extreme temperatures include both cold or hot ambient temperatures as well as very high or low process temperatures, including cryogenic applications. In these cases, it is critical to select measurement instrumentation that is designed to perform in these environments and offer robust internal components that are less susceptible to failure due to extreme temperatures.

Explore the resources below to learn how to prevent issues caused by extreme temperatures:

The Effects of Cold on Pressure Instruments
Learn how today’s pressure instruments are designed to perform in cold climates more reliably than past devices.
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Rosemount 3051S/Thermal Range Expander
Find out how a refinery elimi-nated the need for heat trac-ing and minimized drift caused by temperature changes.
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Measure Pressure
Measure pressure and level in hot process applications with the Rosemount 3051S Thermal Range Expander.
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Compact Flow Meters in Cryogenic Applications
Review testing which verifies the accuracy of Rosemount Compact Flow Meters in cryogenic applications.
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Existing in a Cryogenic World
See how in extremely low tem-peratures, differential pressure-based instrumentation can deliver versatility and value.
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Reliable Pressure Measurement
Make reliable pressure meas-urements in cold weather applications with remote diaphragm seals.
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Rosemount 5300 Guided Wave Radar Level Transmitter
Optimize measurement performance in high pressures and temperatures with guided wave radar level technology.
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Rosemount 9295 Flow Meter
Watch how the Rosemount 9295 Flow Meter provides continuous service in demanding or SIS environments.
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Looking for more information on extreme applications?
Download the new eBook to learn how advanced pressure, temperature, level, and flow technologies are designed to improve performance in process conditions such as vibration, challenging flows, demanding process fluids, extreme temperatures and severe pressures.
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