TR10-H Resistance Thermometer

The WIKA TR10-H resistance thermometer without thermowell is especially suitable for those applications in which the metal sensor tip is mounted directly into bored holes (e.g. in machine components) or directly into the process for any application with no chemically aggressive media or abrasion.

For mounting into a thermowell, a spring-loaded compression fitting should be provided, since only this can press the sensor tip into the bottom of the thermowell. Otherwise, a potentially critical force could be exerted on the measuring tip. Mounting is usually made directly into the process. Fastening elements such as threaded fittings, union nuts, etc. are available as options. 

The flexible part of the sensor is a mineral-insulated cable (sheathed cable). It consists of a stainless steel outer sheath in which the internal lead is pressed and isolated within a high-density ceramic mass. The measuring resistance is connected directly to the inner leads of the sheathed cable and is, therefore, also suitable for use at higher temperatures.

Due to their flexibility and the small possible diameters, enclosed resistance thermometers can also be used in locations that are not easily accessible, since, except for the sensor tip and the transition of the connection cable, the sheath can be bent to a radius of three times the diameter of the cable.

Features:

  • Application ranges from -200 ... +600 °C (-328 ... +1,112 °F)
  • For insertion, screw-in with optional process connection
  • Connection head form B or JS
  • Explosion-protected version

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