A sensor which might have been sufficiently durable would have been very thick and thus completely useless for planned measurements. In an equation describing the dynamics of this process, a term occurs in which the dynamic coefficients and the derivative of sensor temperature are multiplied by each other. The sensor is placed in the stream of gas flowing at the constant velocity. In order to experimentally verify the existence of the earlier derived relationships, a measurement system and a measurement workstation generating variable flow of gas with variable temperature was developed. The measurement systems using that method should be considered as a standard in dynamic calibration of sensors, but specific rules of the method utilization are required. Analyzing the results of individual fragments of obtained dependences, intervals were found in which despite high values of derivatives of response signals of sensors, the obtained results were characterized by deformation of solution.