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|Business Type||Manufacturer, Exporter, Supplier, Retailer, Wholesaler|
|Type||Pt50, Pt100,Pt200, Pt500, Pt1000|
|Protection Sheath Material||SS304, SS316, SS310, Inconel 600/800, Monel|
|Wire Configuration||2, 3, 4 Wire|
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Thermocouples are temperature sensors made up of two dissimilar metals which are joined at one end forming a hot junction and the open wire end acting as the cold junction, the hot junction is in contact with the process. When the measuring point i.e. hot junction gets heated there is an EMF produced at the cold junction, due to difference in electron density of the two dissimilar metals and the temperature difference between cold end and hot end.
Depending on an application's process temperature range, accuracy specifications, and material compatibility, our sensors are available in Type K thermocouples, Type J thermocouples, Type E thermocouples, Type T thermocouples, Type S thermocouples, Type R thermocouples, and other dissimilar metal combinations. We manufacture thermocouple temperature sensors that can be designed with grounded or ungrounded junctions and housed in insulated sheath materials that are designed for best form fit in the applications.
Resistance thermometer use metals that alter their electric resistance when heated. Platinum is the most commonly used material for industrial RTD. However, Copper and Nickel are also used for some applications
Thermocouple types are composed of common, inexpensive metals such as nickel, iron and copper. The thermocouple types J, K, R & S are of this group and are the most commonly used type of thermocouple.
|Thermocouple Types||Measuring Range||Materials Used|
|J||0°C to 750°C||Iron - Constantan|
|K||0°C to 1250°C||Chromel P-Alumel|
|R||0°C to 1450°C||Pt 13% Rhodium-Platinum|
|S||0°C to 1450°C||Pt 10% Rhodium-Platinum|