Gill Instruments will be exhibiting at the 95th AMS Annual Meeting from 4-8 January 2015 in Phoenix, Arizona.
At AMS Gill will announce improvements in sonic temperature performance made throughout their range of industry leading 3-axis anemometers.
Gill 3-axis anemometers consistently out-perform other sonic anemometers in the measurement of 3-dimensional wind vectors and sensible heat fluxes and now following recent improvements all Gill 3-axis anemometers can benefit from improved sonic temperature performance.
Gains are the result of research using computational fluid dynamics and changes to the transducer stalk assembly processes. However for continuity, the transducer and stalk profile remains the same and wind measurements are not impacted.
Richard McKay, Gill Product Manager and Meteorologist reports “the gains we have made using CFD and assembly process improvements are small yet significant in the performance of sonic temperature throughout the 3-axis range. A key advantage is that these improvements maintain the continuity of design and we now have high performance in all conditions”.
To demonstrate the technical improvements, Richard McKay will be delivering a poster presentation entitled ‘Improvements in cold weather condition flux measurements with Gill 3-Axis Ultrasonic Anemometers’ at AMS on Wednesday 7th January between 14:00 and 16:00.
In addition to Gill’s anemometers, Gill will be displaying MaxiMet, their new range of compact weather stations to suit multiple application requirements which combines precipitation, solar radiation, wind, temperature, humidity and pressure, GPS and compass measurements.
For more information visit Gill on stand 723 at AMS or contact +44(0)1590 613500.