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  • Determine Uncertainty Due to Inhomogeneity
  • Identify Contaminated Sections of Thermocouple Wire
  • Assess Quality of Thermocouple Wires

The ‘Isotech Model 881 Dual Heatpipe Thermocouple Homogeneity Scanner’ provides a fully automated solution to the problem of measuring thermocouple homogeneity.

The operation of a thermocouple relies on the Seebeck effect which causes an emf to be generated in any region of a thermo element that is exposed to a temperature gradient. Undesirably, nearly all thermocouples develop non-uniformities (inhomogeneities) in their thermoelements during normal use.

If one is to assess the accuracy of a thermocouple, then the inhomogeneity of the thermocouple is a major concern. Increasingly, users and laboratories want to be able to measure thermocouple inhomogeneity.

The scanner can be used to determine:

  • If wire/cable manufacturing processes meet quality standards or tolerances
  • Whether a thermocouple is damaged or faulty and unfit for use or calibration
Model881
Operating Temp100°C
Max Immersion Depth1000mm
Recommended T/C Diameter1.5 to 4mm
Scanning Time< 20 minutes
Height2685mm
Width210mm, 795mm incl base
Depth212mm, 510mm incl base
Weight25kg (excluding base)
Power175 watts

Thermocouple Homogeneity Scanner Model 881

Steam Heat Pipe 100°C - Acetone Heat Pipe 20°C

The 'Isotech Model 881 Dual Heatpipe Thermocouple Homogeneity Scanner' provides a fully automated solution to the problem of measuring thermocouple homogeneity.

  • Determine Uncertainty Due to Inhomogeneity
  • Identify Contaminated Sections of Thermocouple Wire
  • Assess Quality of Thermocouple Wires

Or call +44 01704 543830

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