Resistance Thermometers in Sheath or Tube Construction

Resistance thermometers in sheath or tube construction are particularly suitable for temperature measurement in hard-to-reach places thanks to their small dimensions. Despite their dimensions, they still offer maximum flexibility. Due to their short response times, they are ideal for the exact measurement of temperature fluctuations and can also be used without additional protective fitting due to their closed design.

Resistance sensors are suitable for a wide range of applications. For example, they are used in laboratories because of their accuracy and fast response time. Resistance sensors with thermowells are frequently used in the packaging industry, for injection moulding machines or in transformer construction. There are many possible combinations here with regard to the process connection, the installation length or the cable types - always exactly fitting for each of your applications.

Sensors with bayonet caps are a particularly robust version of the resistance sensors and are therefore suitable for high temperature ranges up to +400 °C. They can be quickly installed and removed from the test object without tools and are therefore versatile in use. Bayonet sensors are mainly used in plastics processing and injection moulding machines or in pipelines and containers.

Typical Applications:
  • packaging industry
  • in injection moulding machines
  • in transformer construction
  • flexible use
  • high accuracy
  • short response times

Resistance Thermometer with lead wire
Resistance Thermometer without lead wire
Resistance Thermometer with sleeve, shrink tubing and lead wire
Recess-Resistance Thermometer in tube construction

Screw-in Resistance Thermometer
Bayonet Resistance Thermometer
Screw-in Resistance Thermometer with protection tube
Screw-in Resistance Thermometer with M8 plug

Resistance Thermometer in tube construction