Welcome to the Mensor Calibration Blog

In our blog you can expect informative articles on pressure and temperature calibration, testing and precision measurement. You will find solutions for your calibration requirements through our articles on industry specific applications, along with answers to common questions and a dialogue with experts.

Pressure Calibration in Consumer Electronics

03/27/2019
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Our homes are filled with pressure sensors. From smart phones , watches and washing machines, the 21st century consumer is accustomed to having…

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Transducer Applications: Beyond Testing and Calibration

03/13/2019
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When we think about digital pressure transducers, various applications such as precision pressure measurement, production testing, calibration and…

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Long-term stability in silicon pressure transducers

02/28/2019
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Long-term stability is one of the most important parameters that determine the overall measurement accuracy of a pressure sensor. Long-term…

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The Importance of Modularity in Pressure Calibrators and Controllers

02/07/2019
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Why are interchangeable pressure transducers and multiple output channels so important when evaluating the most efficient and cost effective…

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Calibration Terms: Differences in Sensor, Transducer and Transmitter

01/31/2019
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In the pressure calibration industry, the terms sensors, transducers and transmitters are often used interchangeably.  However, their differences…

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What is Bidirectional Pressure?

01/03/2019
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Bidirectional pressure is a type of pressure reading in reference to ambient atmospheric pressure in both positive and negative directions. It…

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What is Differential Pressure?

12/27/2018
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In the world of pressure technology, a commonly misunderstood and overlooked component of industrial process systems are differential pressure…

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What is Vacuum Pressure?

12/19/2018
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Do vacuums suck?

In looking for answers, you might start with the Webster’s dictionary definition of vacuum:

  1. The emptiness of space
  2. A space…
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The Marshmallow Experiment

12/14/2018
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Gas molecules, even in the air we breathe, like their space. They bounce off barriers, other objects and each other to fill a space as evenly as…

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What is Pressure? Definition and Types Explained

12/06/2018
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It is not intuitively apparent that we live in a world where every inch of our body is subjected to pressure (about 14.7 pounds per square inch at…

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