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The Isotech Platinum Resistance Thermometers are ideal for use in the field and in the laboratory. Suitable for use as a working standard in dry blocks and liquid baths or as high accuracy sensors for the available temperature indicators.
All thermometers feature a metal casing and are both less fragile and more affordable than the Isotech range of genuine Standard Platinum Resistance thermometers used in laboratories. These can be found in Isotech’s publication “Solutions for primary and secondary laboratories“.
All thermometers use handmade coil wound platinum sensory elements to give high accuracy and low drift. Isotech’s UKAS accredited lab can calibrate to the smallest uncertainties. Calibration should be specified for the specific operating range and application. Isotech can advise which service is suitable for the temperature range and application.
The overviews below show the models and temperature ranges, for detailed information please refer to the datasheet.
General Purpose Probes
Working Industrial Standards
Angled Probed 90°
Open the datasheet for detailed specifications of this product.
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