Pyromation now carries a line of general-purpose and CIP sanitary bi-metal thermometers. These bi-metal thermometers measure the temperature of a material within a process piping system, tank, vessel or other application that requires a local indication or reading. The easy-to-read dials are offered with Fahrenheit only, Celsius only or combined Fahrenheit/Celsius options in three, four and five inch diameters.
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Pyromation began operations in 1962 and has been custom designing and manufacturing temperature sensors and assemblies for oil & gas industry applications for decades. While the headquarters and manufacturing operations are based in Fort Wayne, IN, you'll find the company's sensors in refineries, fractionation plants, gas processing plants, pipelines, storage depots, pump stations and other facilities across North America and the world. Because Pyromation produces its own thermowells, thermocouples, RTDs, PT100s, design-patented connection heads, and carries a broad line of temperature transmitters, the company can meet the temperature sensor requirements for most upstream, midstream and downstream applications. The company behind the products is a(n):
- Lean enterprise
- ISO 9001-registered organization
- Advanced Manufacturing firm
- International business
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Explosion-proof thermocouples are designed to extinguish flames inside the device eliminating the potential for ignition of flammable mixtures in the surrounding atmosphere.
Pyromation's thermowells have a proven track record in a wide range of industries and applications.
Pyromation's programmable RTD and thermocouple temperature transmitters make it possible to digitally send information from a temperature sensor to a control device without the costly installment of thermocouple and RTD wiring.
Pyromation carries an extensive line of general-purpose/industrial and CIP Sanitary Bi-Metal Thermometers.
Measure several temperature points in a process using a single sensor. Multi-point sensors have multiple RTDs or thermocouples mounted within one sensor assembly with hot junctions located at various points inside a jacket, sheath, sleeve or tube, which is installed in a single location.