Thermocouple assemblies for the glass industry

PYRO-CONTRÔLE proposes a complete range of thermocouple assemblies specifically designed for the glass and ceramics processing industries.

Each range of temperature sensors corresponds to the particular requirements of each phase of glass manufacturing: - Vault and bottom thermocouple assemblies for furnaces, chambers and tanks. - Assemblies with temperature measurement on 1, 2 or 3 levels for feeders, siphons and dishes. - Assemblies for floats and lehrs.

Typical features and options: S, R or B type beaded thermocouple; single or double protective sheath; platinum or rhodium-plated platinum sheath nozzle; mounting flange; stainless steel, heat-resistant steel or alumina extension; electrical connection in DIN head, DAN shape as standard.

PYRO-CONTRÔLE also recovers and refines platinum waste.

600450 Thermocouple assemblies for the glass industry
Date: 30 September 2009
Source: Pyro-Controle Press release

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