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Testoterm Messtechnik GmbH & Co. Patents
Testoterm Messtechnik GmbH & Co.
Lenzkirch, DE
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Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
5240486 Condensate separator August 31, 1993
A condensate separator for separating liquids from gases comprises a tubular housing which is closed at each end by a body forming part of a flow element which extends into the tubular housing. The flow elements have axial bores, the bore of one flow element terminating in a transverse
5050434 Capacitive humidity sensor September 24, 1991
A capacitive humidity sensor includes a capacitor with two metallic electrodes 12, 15, with electrode 15 formed of a moisture-permeable metallic layer. A moisture-sensitive polymer film 14 situated between the electrodes serves as a dielectric. The film 14 is advantageously chosen to
5040416 Electrical current flow sensor August 20, 1991
An electical current flow sensor, where a spherical surface thereof is subjected to an in-flowing fluid in order to the speed of the fluid. The spherical surface is formed by a body made of a good thermally conductive material. An electrical resistor is disposed in a cavity in the interi

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