Mineral-insulated thermocouple cable

  • 26-Jul-2010 01:57 EDT
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The AeroOpak mineral-insulated thermocouple cable from ARi Industries includes an expanded assortment of sizes and sheath materials to provide a solution to the challenges of temperature measurement and electrical signal-sending in harsh, corrosive, and other hazardous environments. The products are comprised of thermocouple or conductor wires insulated with compacted ceramic powder; they are drawn and encased in a seamless metallic sheath material. Standard thermocouple or conductor cables up to 10-wire configurations are available in stainless steel, Hastelloy, and Inconel sheath materials in OD sizes ranging from 0.020 to 0.750 in diameter. Cable can be supplied for temperatures up to metal melt points of 2600ºF and over 1000 ft in length; they are suitable for all types of process operations and very large equipment.

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