Polyimide Bracket Style

Detail The Polyimide thermocouple, when used with the aluminum bracket, is designed primarily to measure roller temperature. Light pressure on the roller enables the Polyimide thermocouple to measure roller surface temperature without using slip rings. This type of set-up greatly reduces lag time and eliminates slip rings cost and maintenance. It can also be used to measure conveyor belt temperatures and any other moving part by riding gently on the part surface.
Performance Capabilities Fiberglass insulated thermocouples can reach temperatures up to 900°F (480°C) for continuous operation.
Features and Benefits Standard Products including:
  • 32 standard sheath lengths
  • Lead lengths from six to 360 inches
  • Stainless steel braid or hose protection
  • J, K, T and E calibrations
  • Grounded, ungrounded and exposed junctions
  • Flat and drill point
  • Epoxy sealed cold ends
  • Adjustable depths
  • Flexible extensions
  • Washers, nozzles and clamp bands
  • PFA coated and stainless steel sheaths
  • Straight, 45° bend or 90° bend
  • Locking bayonet caps in standard
  • 300 series stainless tubing
Typical Applications • Food processing equipment
  • De-icing
  • Plating baths
  • Industrial processing
  • Medical equipment
  • Pipe tracing control
  • Industrial heat treating
  • Packaging equipment
  • Liquid temperature measurement
  • Refrigerator temperature control
  • Oven temperature control
Construction and Tolerances Thermocouples feature flexible SERV-RITE® wire insulated with woven fiberglass or high temperature engineered resins. For added protection against abrasion, products can be provided with stainless steel wire braid and flexible armor. ASTM E230 color-coding identifies standard catalog thermocouple types. The addition of a metal sheath over the thermocouple provides rigidity for accurate placement and added protection of the sensing junction. Mounting options include springs, ring terminals, specialized bolts, pipe style clamps and shims.