Our dial thermometers work on the bimetal, expansion or gas actuation principle. This enables scale ranges of -200 ... +700 °C (-328 ... 1,292 °F) in different class accuracies, response times and resilience to environmental influences. Diverse connection designs, stem diameters and individual stem lengths enable a flexible measuring point design. Dial thermometers with capillaries are particularly versatile. All thermometers are suited for operation in a thermowell if necessary.

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WIKA Instrument, LP

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1-888-945-2872
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1-770-338-5118
info@wika.com

FAQ

How does a gas actuated thermometer operate?

The measuring system of the dial thermometer consists of a stem, capillary and Bourdon tube in the casing. These parts are combined to form a single unit. The entire measuring system is filled with an inert gas under pressure. A change in temperature will caus ... More

What is the Hall effect?

If a constant current is running through a semiconductor component, and this component is then placed in a magnetic field, then a voltage (Hall voltage) is generated within this semiconductor component which is proportional to the strength of the magnetic field.

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