Obtain reliable temperature readings and field calibration with easy-to-use Swagelok dampened-movement bimetal thermometers.Request More Information
Swagelok’s thermometers have hermetically sealed cases, in accordance with ASME B40.200, to prevent fogging and moisture damage to internal components and are factory calibrated to meet ASME B40.200. They provide 50% over- and under-range protection against damage to internal components up to 500°F (260°C). Silicone-free gel inserts dampen vibration effects.
Acrylic, glass, polycarbonate, and safety-glass lenses are available to meet a range of application requirements with all-welded 304 stainless steel construction standard and 316 stainless steel process connection and stem available. Anti-parallax dials provide for easy reading with the thermometers having external adjustment for easy field calibration.
Available options include no dampening, NIST-traceable calibration certificate, silicone liquid fill (not available with standard dampening, with glass lens options, or for dial ranges over 500°F [260°C]), 316 stainless steel process connection and stem, and a NPT union lock nut.
|Dial Ranges||-100 to 150° through 200 to 1000°F |
–70 to 70°C through 100 to 540°C
|Accuracy||± 1 % of full scale in accordance with ASME B40.200|
|Dampening Media||Silicone-free inert gel|
|Configurations||Adjustable-angle, center-back mount, lower-back mount|
|Dial Sizes||3 in. (76.2 mm); 5 in. (127 mm)|
|Stem Sizes||0.25 in. (6.4 mm) dia; 2.5 through 12 in. (63.5 through 305 mm) lengths|
|Process Connections||1/2 in. NPT standard, G1/2B available|
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Features: Easy-to-read dial sizes with dual and single scales; 50 % overrange protection; Stainless steel construction
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