Round Face Thermocouple Handle Probes for Stationary SurfacesUnique Roundface Surface Probes
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- K and E Type Calibrations
- Ideal for measuring the surface temperature of plates, walls, molds, dies and other stationary surfaces.
- Sturdy Round Face Sensing Head
- To Maximum Temperature of 480°C (900°F).
- Meet the Standard Limits of Error
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Standard probe for stationary surfacemeasurements. Suited to molds, plates, walls, glassware, etc. 480°C (900°F) max. surface temperature.
Ideal for measuring the surface temperature of plates, walls, molds, dies and other stationary surfaces. The thermocouple is protected by two PFA guards. 250°C (480°F). max. surface temperature.
Probe is not designed for long-term exposure to high temperatures.
For surface measurements of materials such as stone, iron and steel. The element is protected by metal side guards. 480°C (900°F). max. surface temperature.
Designed to measure the surface of pipes with a 13/16" diameter, with a max. surface temperature of 250°C (480°F). Probe is not designed for long-term exposure to high temperature.
Ideal for measurements of small surfaces. The probe has a 1/4" surface diameter, with a 480°C (900°F) max. surface temperature.
For measuring stationary surface temperatures, with a right-angle head for hard-to-reach inside surfaces. 480°C (900°F). max. surface temperature.
Right-angle, pencil-type surface probe, best suited to stationary surfaces. Sensing element is perpendicular to the handle 250°C (480°F) max. surface temperature.
A narrow head, allowing the probe to fit through narrow openings. 480°C (900°F). max. surface temperature.
Similar to the 88102, with the sensing element running parallel to the handle. 250°C (480°F) max. surface temperature.
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