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Temperature Catalogue

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TEMPERATURE MEASUREMENT Resistance sensors and thermocouple assemblies • Temperature assemblies with various process connections • Standard and customised thermowells • Temperature transmitters for all applications KROHNE INOR Temperature Measurement Since 1939

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About KROHNE KROHNE ranks among the world’s leadingcompanies involved in the development and production of innovative and reliable process measuring technology, providing solutions for all sectors around the globe. KROHNE was founded in 1921 in Duisburg, Germany. It has more than 3,000 employees and has a turnover of almost 400 million euro. The company has 15 production facilities and owns 43 companies and joint ventures. In fact, KROHNE was the second company after VW to have a joint venture in Shanghai. Today, China is one of KROHNE’s major markets. With an equity-to-assets ratio of...

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Resistance sensor - RTD's 10 Structure of temperature assemblies 20 Dimensions for temperature assemblies 24 2 Industrial temperature assemblies (VTS1 ] For temperature measurement in gases and liquids, in pipes and tanks at medium pressure and flow. Temperature assembly for compression fitting Welded multipart thermowell, form 2 Temperature assembly for screw-in Welded multipart thermowell, form 8 Temperature assembly for screw-in Welded multipart thermowell, form 2G Temperature assembly with process flange Welded multipart thermowell, form 2F Temperature assembly without thermowell...

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CONTENTS 3 Temperature assemblies for advanced requirements (VTS2) For temperature measurement in gases and liquids in pipes and tanks at high pressure and flow. Designed in accordance to DIN standard. Temperature assembly for weld-in Barstock thermowell, form 4 Temperature assembly with process flange Barstock thermowell, form 4F Temperature assembly for screw-in Welded multipart thermowell, form 5 Temperature assembly with process flange Welded multipart thermowell Temperature assembly without thermowell Temperature assembly for screw-in Welded multipart thermowell, form 8 for union nut...

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Temperature assembly with process flange Straight barstock thermowell Temperature assembly with process flange Tapered barstock thermowell Temperature assembly with process flange Reduced barstock thermowell Temperature assembly for weld-in Straight barstock thermowell Temperature assembly for weld-in Tapered barstock thermowell Complete ordering code 5 Industrial temperature assemblies (VTS4) For temperature measurement in gases and liquids in pipes and tanks at medium pressure and medium flow. Tapered tip in accordance with NAMUR. Temperature assembly for compression fitting Welded multipart...

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7 High temperature assemblies (VTC1 ] For measurement of high temperatures. High temperature assembly for plug-in TCA-P60 Metal, welded multipart thermowell, t < 1150 °C High temperature assembly for plug-in TCA-P61 Metal, welded multipart thermowell with barstock tip, High temperature assembly for plug-in TCA-P62 Metal, welded multipart thermowell, t < 1150 °C High temperature assembly for plug-in TCA-P63 High temperature assembly for plug-in TCA-P64 High temperature assembly for plug-in TCA-P65 Double ceramic thermowell, t < 1600 °C Complete ordering code 8 Mineral insulated thermocouples...

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9 Hygienic temperature assemblies (VTH1) Hygienic temperature assembly TRA-H10 Hygienic temperature assembly with replaceable insert TRA-H20 Hygienic temperature assembly for on-site calibration TRA-H30 Complete ordering code Hygienic compact sensor with flange TRA-C10 Compact sensor for screw-in TRA-C20 Compact sensor for screw-in TRA-C30 11 HVAC temperature sensor (VTE1] HVAC temperature sensor for indoor applications TRA-V10 HVAC temperature sensor for outdoor applications TRA-V20 HVAC temperature sensor for air ducts/pipes applications TRA-V30 HVAC temperature sensor for clamp-on...

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CONTENTS 12 Cable sensors (VTE2) Cable sensor for plug-in Cable sensor for screw-on Surface temperature t a 150 °C Cable sensor for clamp-on Surface temperature t a 200 °C Cable sensor for screw-on Surface temperature t a 300 °C Cable sensor for screw-in M6 or M8 bolt Oil-tight cable sensor for plug-in Cable sensor with bayonet fitting Cable sensor for harsh environments High temperature cable sensor Complete ordering code 13 Temperature assemblies for advanced requirements (VTE3) Temperature assembly for surface measuring Spring-loaded tip Temperature assembly for surface measuring...

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Extention and compensation cables 128 Electrical connections for resistance sensor terminal block 129 Electrical connections for thermocouple sensor terminal block 129 Permissible insulation resistance 129 Electrical connection for resistance cable sensor 130 Electrical connection for thermocouple extension and compensation cables 130 Thermal stress on the connection heads 131 Data for resistance sensors 132 Tolerances for resistance sensors 135 Temperature charts for thermocouples 137 Load diagrams for standardized thermowells 142 18 Colour codes for cable 147

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RESISTANCE TEMPERATURE SENSOR - RTD'S General information about Resistance Temperature Sensors (RTD's) The RTD is a temperature sensor containing a resistive temperature sensitive element. The resistance of the element changes with the temperature. For measuring within a range of –200 °C...+850 °C, the platinum sensors are the most common RTD sensors. Sensor elements made of platinum are normally produced for 100 Ohm at 0 °C, described as Pt100. Other types are Pt500 and Pt1000. Besides platinum, nickel and copper are also used. Sensor elements made from nickel are produced for 100 Ohm at 0...

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RESISTANCE TEMPERATURE SENSOR - RTD'S The more rigid the connection between the wires and the base of the sensor element, the worse are the changes. When designing a temperature sensor it is important that the mechanical stress is not transmitted to the sensor element. Another common type of mechanical stress is vibration, which can cause disruption to the internal conductors. For vibration resistant RTDs, it is imortant that the conductors have as little freedom of movement as possible. The opposite applies to sensors which are exposed to pressure and bending. The conductors should then...

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