Thermocouples for temperature measurement up to 1,700 °C (3,092 °F)

Thermocouples generate a voltage directly dependent on temperature. They are particularly suited for high temperatures up to 1,700 °C (3,092 °F). Instrument designs from mineral-insulated sheathed cable are very resistant against extremely high vibration loads (depending on instrument model, sensor element and wetted materials). For thermocouples, the accuracy classes standard and special limits (ASTM E230) or classes 1 and 2 (IEC 60581) are available.

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What do the Zones in explosion protection mean?

Gases:
Zone 0 (Category 1): permanent or long-term danger of explosions
Zone 1 (Category 2): hazardous atmosphere occasionally exists
Zone 2 (Category 3): explosive atmosphere exists only rarely, and then only for a short time

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What do the designations of Temperature Class mean?

The ignition temperature is the lowest temperature at which an inflammable mixture of gases can ignite at a flame, a hot surface or otherwise generated spark. Gases and vapours are divided into Classes in which the temperature of the surface must always be lower th ... More

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