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Temperature sensors can be either thermocouples or resistance thermometers dependant upon the process temperature and accuracy required. They may be used directly for the data logging and control or use in conjunction with a temperature transmitter that converts them into 4-20mA output signal

- Rugged
- Wide temperature range
- Fast response
- Very accurate
- Limited temperature range
- Slow response

Terminal heads are designed to form a safe electrical junction and termination between the following:

- The intrusive sensor connections
- The incoming control cables
- The temperature transmitter
- Hazardous area usage - ranges from safe zone to E Exd IIC T6
- Materials of construstion:
- Stainless steel, cast iron and aluminium alloys

Thermowells are used as a protective device for the intrusive temperature sensors allowing the primary sensor device to be replaced witout the need for the shutdown of the process line

Designed to meet the requirements of the pressure vessel codes in addition to various oil and gas international company standards

Materials of construction; Stainless steel, high nickel alloys, carbon steel and special coatings

Temperature assemblies provide a complete solution for your temperature measurement requirements

We offer a wide range of:

- Thermowell assemblies
- Thermocouples
- Resistance thermometers
- Multipoint assemblies

Designed to cover various process conditions, incorporating elements and enclosures over a wide range of temperature and hazardous area applications

Please fill in the form and submit and we will get back to you with price and availability

In the comments section please advise us of the following;

- Type and size of process connection, e.g. compression fitting, flange
- Lead length, if required, and type e.g. armoured, braided, FTP
- Length of probe
- Diameter of probe
- Process fluid / product that will be in contact with the probe