A threaded thermowell is a type of temperature sensor used in industrial applications to measure the temperature of a process fluid or gas. It is designed to protect the temperature sensor from the harsh process environment while allowing for accurate and reliable temperature readings.
The thermowell is a hollow tube that is inserted into a process pipe or tank and secured using a threaded connection. The temperature sensor is then inserted into the thermowell and can be easily removed for maintenance or replacement without disrupting the process.
Threaded thermowells are typically made from a variety of materials, including stainless steel, carbon steel, and exotic alloys, depending on the specific process requirements. They are available in various lengths and diameters to accommodate different pipe sizes and process conditions.
One of the key advantages of threaded thermowells is their ability to protect the temperature sensor from corrosive or abrasive materials, high pressure or temperature, and other harsh process conditions. This helps to extend the lifespan of the temperature sensor and reduce maintenance costs.
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Material : 316SS / 316L SS / 304SS or any Special material
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