0 to +60°C Plastic Bimetallic Thermometer 80mm Cabinet 100mm Stem with Thermowell
Rear connection bimetallic thermometer with a plastic cabinet for measuring temperatures from 0 to +60°C. Mount the thermometer with a brass thermowell that has a female G 1/2 inch thread. The thermowell enables operation up to a maximum pressure of 6 bar (87 psi). The thermometer has a 80 mm cabinet and a 100 mm long, 8 mm wide aluminum stem that contains the bimetallic coil. Manufactured to a tolerance class 2, according to EN 13190. It is suitable to indicate temperature in heating systems, hot water tanks, solar collectors, etc.
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This rear connection bimetallic thermometer is designed to indicate temperature in heating systems, hot water tanks, solar collectors, etc. It can measure temperatures from 0 to +60°C and withstand environment temperature ranging from -20 to +60°C. The thermometer has a 80 mm wide cabinet and a 100 mm long, 8 mm wide aluminum stem that contains a bimetallic coil. The thermometer is equipped with a brass thermowell that serves as a connection fitting and stem protection. Use the G 1/2 inch female threaded brass thermowell to mount the thermometer on your system. The thermowell provides thermometer replacement without stopping the process and operation up to a maximum pressure of 6 bar (87 psi). The thermometer is manufactured to a tolerance class 2, according to EN 13190.
- Simple mounting and replacement thanks to the thermowell
- Accuracy class 2 in accordance with EN 13190
- Simple and low maintenance design
- Not prone to malfuntion due to the mechanical design
- Not suitable for aggressive media and environments
The A43 series of bimetallic thermometers is designed for simple temperature indication in heating systems, hot water tanks, solar collectors, heat transfer stations, etc. Scale ranges from -30 to 120°C and these thermometers can be used in ambient temperatures ranging from -20 to 60°C. Display width ranges from 63 to 100 mm while aluminum stem length ranges from 63 to 160 mm. They can either have plastic or aluminum housing and they all have aluminum stems. Every thermometer comes with a removable thermowell that is used as a mounting fitting and stem protection that provides it with a maximum operating pressure of up to 6 bar. These thermometers are manufactured to a tolerance class 2 in accordance with EN 13190.