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Type J Thermocouple

TypeJColorCode


Temperature Range

32 to 1382°F (0 to 750°C)

Accuracy
Standard Limits: ± 2.2°C or ± 0.75% Tol.
Special Limits: ± 1.1°C or ± 0.4% Tol.

Type J thermocouples are suitable for use in vacuum, in oxidising and reducing atmospheres or inert gas atmospheres. They are used for temperature measurements 760°C and below.

Type J Thermocouple Chart F
Type J Thermocouple Chart C

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Type K Thermocouple

Type K Color Code

Temperature Range
–328 to 2282°F (–200 to 1250°C)

Accuracy
Standard Limits: ± 2.2°C or ± 0.75% Tol.
Special Limits: ± 1.1°C or ± 0.4% Tol.

Type K Thermocouples are the most common calibration for providing the widest operating range. Recommended for continuous oxidizing or inert atmospheres. Most commonly used for temperatures above 538°C. Not suitable for sulfur environments.

Type K Thermocouple Chart F
Type K Thermocouple Chart C

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Type T Thermocouple

Type T Color Code

Temperature Range
-454 to 700F(-270 to 370C)

Accuracy
Standard Limits: ± 2.2°C or ± 0.75% Tol.
Special Limits: ± 1.1°C or ± 0.4% Tol.

Suitable in oxidizing, reducing, or inert atmospheres as well as vaccuum. Moisture resistant and very stable. This type is best suited for low temperature service. Because of its stability at lower temperatures, this is a superior thermocouple for a wide variety of applications in low and cryogenic

Type T Thermocouple Chart F
Type T Thermocouple Chart C

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2-Wire RTD

Using the 2-wire method, the two wires that provide the RTD with its excitation current and the two wires across which the RTD voltage is measured are the same.

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3-Wire RTD

Circuit

In a three wire RTD one of the wires is connected to one side of the temperature element and the remaining two wires are connected to the other side of the element.

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4-Wire RTD

The optimum form of connection for RTDs is a four-wire circuit. It removes the error caused by mismatched resistance of the lead wires.

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Platinum 100 RTD
PT100 sensors offer excellent accuracy over a wide temperature range (from -200 to +850 C).

The Pt1000 has 1000 ohms resistance at 0 C. These sensors are normally fitted into some type of protective sheath or mounting to form a probe.

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Type J Thermocouple

TypeJColorCode


Temperature Range

32 to 1382°F (0 to 750°C)

Accuracy
Standard Limits: ± 2.2°C or ± 0.75% Tol.
Special Limits: ± 1.1°C or ± 0.4% Tol.

Type J thermocouples are suitable for use in vacuum, in oxidising and reducing atmospheres or inert gas atmospheres. They are used for temperature measurements 760°C and below.

Type J Thermocouple Chart F
Type J Thermocouple Chart C

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Type N Thermocouple

Type K Color Code

Temperature Range
–328 to 2282°F (–200 to 1250°C)

Accuracy
Standard Limits: ± 2.2°C or ± 0.75% Tol.
Special Limits: ± 1.1°C or ± 0.4% Tol.

Type K Thermocouples are the most common calibration for providing the widest operating range. Recommended for continuous oxidizing or inert atmospheres. Most commonly used for temperatures above 538°C. Not suitable for sulfur environments.

Type K Thermocouple Chart F
Type K Thermocouple Chart C

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Type T Thermocouple

Type T Color Code

Temperature Range
-454 to 700F(-270 to 370C)

Accuracy
Standard Limits: ± 2.2°C or ± 0.75% Tol.
Special Limits: ± 1.1°C or ± 0.4% Tol.

Suitable in oxidizing, reducing, or inert atmospheres as well as vaccuum. Moisture resistant and very stable. This type is best suited for low temperature service. Because of its stability at lower temperatures, this is a superior thermocouple for a wide variety of applications in low and cryogenic

Type T Thermocouple Chart F
Type T Thermocouple Chart C

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2-Wire RTD

Using the 2-wire method, the two wires that provide the RTD with its excitation current and the two wires across which the RTD voltage is measured are the same.

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3-Wire RTD

Circuit

In a three wire RTD one of the wires is connected to one side of the temperature element and the remaining two wires are connected to the other side of the element.

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4-Wire RTD

The optimum form of connection for RTDs is a four-wire circuit. It removes the error caused by mismatched resistance of the lead wires.

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Platinum 100 RTD
PT100 sensors offer excellent accuracy over a wide temperature range (from -200 to +850 C).

The Pt1000 has 1000 ohms resistance at 0 C. These sensors are normally fitted into some type of protective sheath or mounting to form a probe.

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Flanges

We are one of the leading manufacturers & exporters of threaded flanges, blind flanges, slip on flanges and more.

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