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Mercury Triple Point Apparatus
The cryostat temperature is adjustable from -36°C to -42°C.
The Isotech Model ITL-M-17725 apparatus is a self-contained, mechanically-refrigerated, system with a main well to house one mercury cell and two auxiliary wells for pre-chilling of thermometers.
Mercury Triple Point Cell
Mercury Triple Point: -38.8344°C
The Isotech Mercury Cell Model 17724 is constructed in a rugged, sealed stainless steel enclosure allowing the triple point of -38.8344°C to be realised both easily and safely.
Model 471 Simple Argon Apparatus
A filling tube allows liquid nitrogen to initially cool this volume to approximately -195°C
The Isotech Argon Triple Point Apparatus is a robust, simple to use and affordable solution for the realisation of the argon triple point.
NPL Platinum / Palladium Thermocouple
0°C to 1500°C
These Platinum / Palladium Thermocouples (Pt/Pd) are manufactured by the National Physical Laboratory (NPL) who have developed a novel physical mechanism which mitigates the mechanical stresses caused by the different thermal expansion of Pt and Pd wires.
Oberon – for Slim Cells
450°C to 1100°C
Model 426 is for Aluminium, Silver, Gold or Copper slim fixed point cells as well as for comparison calibration.
Slim Fixed Point Cells
Metal Clad Fixed-Point Cells From Mercury to Aluminium. Bring your Calibrations Back Under your Own Control!
Standard Thermocouple Model 1600
The type R and S standards will cover the range from 0°C to 1600°C.
The measuring assembly comprises a 7mm x 300mm or 600mm gas tight 99.7% recrystallized alumina sheath inside which is a 2.5mm diameter twin bore tube holding the thermocouple.
Three Zone High Temperature Furnace 465
250°C to 1200°C
Ideal for Creating and Maintaining Fixed Points Cells, Indium to Copper. The furnace has been updated with additional features to make operation simpler and safer.
Water Triple Point Maintenance Bath
-0.3°C to +0.3°C
This dedicated apparatus has more than 35 years of proven use and is widely used by the worlds’ leading NMIs.