Temperature probes built with characteristics suitable for the single application

Temperature probes are fundamental devices for measuring and monitoring thermal variations in various contexts. The choice of the appropriate probe depends on the specific application and the characteristics of the liquid or solid fluid to be measured.

For measuring the temperature of liquid fluids, thermocouples are a common choice. Thermocouples of type K, T, J, N, E, R, S, B, C, and D offer a wide range of options to cover different temperatures and environments. They are particularly useful in situations where rapid response is crucial, for example, in controlling the temperature of liquids in industrial processes or cooling applications.

For liquid fluids, thermoresistances are a valid choice.
These probes exploit the principle that the resistance of a metal varies with temperature.
They are usually built with materials such as platinum (PT100 or PT1000), which offer good precision and stability. Thermoresistances can be equipped with local indication, connectors, or connection cables to facilitate installation and maintenance.

In some cases, it may be necessary to transmit temperature data remotely. In such instances, temperature probes can be constructed with an integrated analog or digital temperature transmitter. This allows for accurate readings even at a distance, improving process control.

It is essential to note that some applications may require temperature probes in Atex version, meaning they comply with regulations for use in potentially explosive environments.

In conclusion, temperature probes can be built with various features and options to adapt to the specific measurement needs of liquid or solid fluids. Choosing the right probes is essential to ensure accurate and reliable measurements in various environments and industrial processes.