Bimetal thermometers

  • 13-Dec-2010 02:52 EST
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Bimetal thermometers from Ashcroft are said to be safe and reliable, eliminating the use of mercury to measure temperature. Available in dial diameters from 2 to 5 in (51 to 127 mm) and in ranges from -80 to +1000°F (-62 to +538°C), the instruments are offered in standard stem lengths from 2.5 through 24 in (63.5 through 610 mm) and in special order stems up to 60 in (1524 mm). Ashcroft Maxivision thermometers provide a fixed rear or bottom stem, while the company's Everyangle design allows the stem angle to be adjusted. Hermetically sealed for washdown or liquid filled to counter high vibration, Ashcroft stainless steel bimetal thermometers are suitable for difficult installations on a wide variety of industrial applications.

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