ETTC Embeddable Thermocouple with Miniature Cone Shaped Tip

Aug. 31, 2022

Harold G. Schaevitz Industries LLC (HGSI) has expanded its sensor products by offering our Embeddable Thermocouple (ETTC) with Miniature Cone Shaped Tip.

Our ETTC series Embeddable Thermocouples are an ideal solution for sub-surface temperature measuring applications within soft materials including rubber, gel, flesh, or wood. 

Designed for research & development applications, these fast response thermocouples are available with fiberglass or Teflon insulated wires and are made in the USA.

Special limits of error accuracy thermocouple wires are cut to the required length and the conductors are passed through a miniature cone shaped tip then TIG welded to form a measuring junction. The cone tip is pressed into the surface using an Embedding Tool (sold separately).

Features:

  • Type J, K, or T Thermocouple
  • Special Limits of Error accuracy (+/- 0.4% of reading)
  • Grounded junction
  • Cone Tip max dimension 0.140" (3.6mm)
  • Response time constant (500 milliseconds)

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