Custom Designed Thermocouples:We have been fabricating base metal, noble metal, refractory metal sheathed, and bare wire thermocouple devices to meet a variety of needs for many years. Custom thermocouples are where we really stand out. Our experts will work with you to create a thermocouple designed to meet your needs - No custom built thermocouple is ever manufactured until you give us your approval. We are committed to this same satisfactory long-term relationship with all our clients. Small orders get just as much attention as large orders. Your complete satisfaction is what makes us happy. Please call our Technicians at 1-800-847-8367 They are waiting to help you design your sensor.
Multi-Point Thermocouples:Uniquely designed multipoint thermocouples can be made with an ungrounded (isolated) or grounded (bonded to the sheath) junction design. Multiple measuring points can be arranged along the length of the probe with great accuracy to temperatures of 2100 °F. Lengths can range from 6 inches to 1800 ft. The design uses small diameter hard packed MgO insulated thermocouples inside a stainless steel tube. Multipoint thermocouples measure the temperature at different points along its length. These sensors are frequently used in chemical and petrochemical industries because they provide an excellent temperature profile for chemical reactors, catalytic cracking, and fractionation towers, and fluidized bed catalyst tank. The number of junctions possible in a sheath diameter is dependent on whether they are ungrounded or grounded junctions. Please refer to the table below to find out how many junctions you can have.
We have created a design worksheet which enables you to create your own Multi-Point thermocouple and submit it to us for pricing.
Once you have completed the form please return it to us by fax to (609) 239-1911 or by e-mail to EveryDegreeMatters@tiptemp.com. We will get back to you with a price and delivery. Multipoint thermocouples are primarily used for temperature profiling in furnaces, chemical reactors and process lines. Multipoint sensors improve control of the reaction process when compared with single point sensors.