The thermocouples and resistance thermometers are reliable and safe instruments for measuring temperature. They are made of high-quality materials for tolerance class 1 and up to 1/10 din with precision ± 0.03° C to 0° C.
The thermocouples work on the basis of the Seebeck effect: in a circuit formed by two metal conductors, when the junctions are at different temperatures, in the circuit circulates current produced by an electromotive force whose magnitude is directly proportional to the temperature difference between the two junctions.
The resistance thermometers operate on the basis of the resistance value as a function of temperature, fusing resistance changes in proportion to temperature changes.
These temperature sensors are suitable for different applications in the chemical and petrochemical industries, woodworking, metallurgy, adapting to different applications thanks to the many available characteristics (size, timing, precision).