probe thermometer / bimetallic / analog / insertion
insertion, screw-in, fixed, flange, built-in, in-line
rugged, stainless steel, waterproof, with temperature probe, rugged, explosion-proof, with electrical contact, high-temperature, min/max, adjustable dial, with thermowell, contact, with high/low alarm, with molded plastic measuring element, direct-reading, stainless steel casing, outdoor, dial, economical, dual-scale
for chemical products, industrial, for food, machine, for exhaust gas, for gas, for harsh environments, for hot water, for the petrochemical industry, for composites, food, for the glass industry, for flame-heated furnaces, for flue gas, sanitary
Max.: 600 °C (1,112 °F)
Min.: -50 °C (-58 °F)
The measuring element consists of two,welded together, metal tapes. The tapes having different coefficients of thermal expansion. The coiled measuring element is fixed at the end of the stem; the other side being connected to the pointer axle.
The bimetal stretches or bends itself in case of a change in temperature, causing the coiled element into a turning movement. This movement is proportional to the change in temperature and is indicated on a dial.
Bimetal thermometers are used for temperatures from – 50°C up to +500 C. Accuracy is ± 1,6% of full scale deflection.