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T15
Explosion proof RTD thermometer, US style

Safe monitoring of process temperatures in challenging applications e. g. in the Oil & Gas industry

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The robust device is a unit ready for use within and existing thermowell and includes various housing transmitter heads to meet the application and space requirement needs. The unit offers enhanced measurement accuracy and reliability. A variety of connections, dimensions and materials (like 316L SS and Hastelloy C276) offer flexible application possibilities.

Преимущества

  • FM/CSA XP Class I, Div. 1 approved temperature assemblies for maximum safety

  • One source shopping for temperature measurement solutions. World class transmitter with integrated sensor offering for heavy process industry applications

  • Remove and install straight out of the box!

  • Improved galvanic isolation on most devices (2 kV)

  • Simplified model structure: Competitively priced, offers great value. Easy to order and reorder. A single model number includes sensor, thermowell and transmitter assembly for a complete point solution

  • All iTEMP transmitters provide long term stability ≤0.05% per year

Область применения

The T15 temperature sensor is a RTD assembly designed for use in harsh environments and explosive areas, due to his FM and CSA approvals.
The sensor is made up of a measurement probe with an insulated RTD element and sheath.

The sensor assembly can be used in process industries such as:

  • Chemicals

  • Petrochemical

  • Refineries

  • Offshore Platforms

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Варшавское шоссе , 35, стр.1 117105 Москва , Российская Федерация
Тел.: +7 495 783 2850
Факс: +7 495 783 2855
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