Posts Tagged: Thermocouple

High Temperature Cable Part 2

Fibreglass High Temperature Cable Welcome to part two of our high temperature cable blog, the last blog we discussed our range of PVC, Polyamide and Teflon cables. This week it is all about Fibreglass which is ideally used for high temperatures up to 480°C.

High Temperature Cable Part 1

When choosing your high temperature cable care must be taken. There are many types of insulation used with varying degrees of thermal resistance and tensile strength. D&N supply such a wide range we will be separating this blog into two parts. This article will look at our range of PVC, Polyamide and Teflon high temperature… Read more »

Selecting Type K

As previously mentioned, Thermocouples comes in a wide range of calibrations. Among these calibrations Type K is the most popular choice for high temperature measurement. But does this mean it’s the best option for you? Today we look at what you should consider before purchasing your Type K Thermocouple.

The Hard Facts of Sheath Material

A Thermocouple is a versatile temperature measurement device and can be exposed to extreme environments. When this is the case, your choice of Sheath material is most important as different materials come with varied temperature ranges, melting points and chemical resistance. This week we will look at the different sheath material available and provide you… Read more »

The ABC’s of MI Cable Calibration

Your Guide to MI Cable I understand if you are confused, when it comes to MI Cable (mineral insulated cable) there are more letters then you could write into a Jackson 5 pop song! But all of these unique calibration types are suitable for different temperature ranges and applications. We will touch on all of… Read more »

How a bad thermocouple affects you

An inaccurate thermocouple can cost your business Thermocouples are versatile and durable sensors that can measure temperature up to 1800 degrees. But without regular maintenance a thermocouple may start giving incorrect readings. When this happens how much will it cost your business?

RTD vs Thermocouple

A Resistance temperature detector (RTD) or a thermocouple? Both can be used to measure temperatures and are suitable in a broad range of applications. This often leaves our customers with the dilemma of choosing what temperature sensor best suits their needs. Before we make that decision it is vital to understand the difference between the… Read more »