UK Platinum Resistance Thermometer Temperature Sensor Range Launched

Process Parameters Ltd updated its range of platinum resistance thermometers for clients in different industries. The company has over 14 years of experience manufacturing top-quality temperature measurement technologies and equipment.

Maidenhead, United Kingdom - February 11, 2019 /PressCable/ —

Process Parameters Ltd, a Berkshire based manufacturer, announced the launch of an updated range of platinum resistance thermometers suitable for applications in the temperature range of -200°C to 600°C. The temperature measurement specialists manufacture a vast selection of products, including temperature sensors, thermocouples, thermal imaging camera equipment, platinum resistance thermometers, thermocouple connectors and cables, RTD cables, adjustable compression fittings, and many more.

More information can be found at https://www.processparameters.co.uk/platinum-resistance-thermometers-pt100-pt1000.

Choosing a temperature sensor for one’s application can be an overwhelming task. The current range of sensors in the market is broader than ever, and it is easy to feel lost if one is not familiar with calibrations.

The suitability of each sensor type depends on your application. Although Platinum Resistance Thermometers are suitable for applications in the temperature range of -200°C to 600°C, they are more commonly used in the range -50°C to +250°C. An RTD sensor measures temperature based on the resistance changes in a metal resistor inside.

The most popular RTDs, called PT100 or PT1000 sensors, use platinum and have a resistance of 100 ohms at 0°C. These temperature sensors are reliable and can offer a higher degree of accuracy.

All sensors manufactured by Process Parameters Ltd conform to the relevant British and International standards that apply. The company’s extensive range of RTD’s custom built sensor includes Plain Stem c/w Pot seal and cable, Mineral Insulated c/w either pot seal/cable, connector or head, Plastics RTD’s Surface RTD’s, Fixed Process Thread RTD’s, Bearing RTD’s, HVAC and Air Temperature Sensors, Autoclave RTD’s, and others.

Process Parameters Ltd has over 14 years and served a broad range of clients supplying industrial manufacturing and R&D end users, universities, OEMs and resellers. Their list of clients includes but is not limited to industries such as aerospace, automotive, biomass, construction, defence, electronics, food and beverage, foundries, glass, marine and transport, metals, oil and gas, pharmaceutical, plastics, power generation, research and development, security, waste and wastewater.

A spokesperson for the company said: “We are dedicated to our customers’ needs and aim to provide products of excellent value for money, quality backed by the highest levels of service and technical support. More importantly, our team are always here to discuss your application and are happy to help you with any product selection or improvement.”

Interested parties can find more by visiting the above-mentioned website or calling +44-1628-778688.

Contact Info:
Name: Tom Hall-Jones
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Organization: Process Parameters Ltd
Address: Unit 10A, Waldeck House Waldeck Road, Maidenhead, Berkshire SL6 8BR, United Kingdom
Phone: +44-1628-778688
Website: https://www.processparameters.co.uk

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 481222

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