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28 May 2015

The established range of Labfacility thermocouple and PRT sensors meet the needs of virtually any application.

Standard configurations or custom made assemblies are offered in all of the widely used calibrations, type J,K,T,E,N,R,S and B.


Depending on the choice of sensor type and sheath materials, temperature ratings of up to 1750oC are available with single or duplex elements.


The comprehensive selection of mineral insulated thermocouples now features 0.5mm sheath diameter versions in addition to 1.0mm, 1.5mm, 3.0mm and 6.0mm. The 0.5mm diameter thermocouples combine low thermal mass and fast response to temperature changes with durable construction; they are highly flexible and their use minimises process intrusion.


Mineral insulated PRT sensors are available in a range of diameters and configurations to meet the need for high accuracy, high stability, sheath flexibility and robust construction. 


Resistance thermometer sensing resistors

Labfacility offers a range of high quality Pt100 and Pt1000 sensing resistors in wire-wound and thin-film types. The range includes surface mount versions and glass encapsulated types for those applications requiring the highest stability and hermetic sealing.


All Pt100 sensors comply with IEC751 and, depending on construction, are available in Class A, B and 1/3, 1/5 and 1/10 DIN tolerances. Dimensions range from sub-miniature to 50mm length to suit any application and optional extended terminations are available to order.


Probe installation fittings

Labfacility also manufactures a wide range of components and fittings for sensor installation and manufacture. These include pot seals for mineral insulated thermocouples, bayonet caps and adaptors and closed end protection tubes. Additional components include compression glands, melt bolts, thermowells and a wide range of terminal heads.


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