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As to date, WIN has expanded much more than that.
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Thermocouple, also called thermal junction, thermoelectric thermometer, or thermel, a temperature-measuring device consisting of two wires of different metals joined at each end.
Thermocouple types are named (e.g., type E [nickel, chromium, and constantan], J [iron and constantan], N [two nickel-silicon alloys, one of which contains chromium and magnesium], or B [a platinum-rhodium alloy]) according to the metals used to make the wires.
The most common type is K (nickel-aluminium and nickel-chromium wires) because of its wide temperature range
(from about −200 to 1,260 °C [−300 to 2,300 °F]) and low cost.
Thermocouple type k
A Type K thermocouple refers to any temperature sensor containing Chromel and Alumel conductors, that meets the output requirements as stated in ANSI/ASTM E230 or IEC 60584 for Type K thermocouples.
This may be an immersion sensor, a surface sensor, wire or another style of sensor or cable.
WIN group provides the best solution for heat sensor such as thermocouple type k that is very commonly used in the market and selling at a very low cost to improve efficiency.
Thermocouple type k overview
Type K Thermocouple provides widest operating temperature range. It consists of a positive leg
which is the non-magnetic and negative leg which is magnetic.
In K Type Thermocouple the traditional base metal is used due to which it can work at high temperature and can provide
widest operating temperature range.
Why Choose Type K Thermocouple:
- One of the major advantages of K type thermocouple over other thermocouples is it can function in rugged environmental condition & in various atmospheres.
- It has an integrated composition of Chromel and Alumel wires has a range of -270 °C to 1260 °C and output of -6.4 to 54.9 mV over a maximum temperature range.
- Also known as general purpose thermocouple due to its wide range of temperature.
- Type K has a longer life than Type J as in Type J Fe (iron) wire oxidizes rapidly, especially at a higher temperature.
- They are inexpensive.
- Have a fast response time.
- Small in size and are reliable.
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