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For temperatures up to 2000 °C and higher or for highly corrosive and/or reducing atmospheres we supply specially developped high-temperature thermocouples.
Mineral-Insulated Metal-Sheathed Resistance Thermometer Detectors (MIMS RTD’s) supplement the Mineral-Insulated Metal-Sheathed Thermocoup les (MIMS TC´s), which are tested and approved over many years. MIMS RTD´s can be applied for temperatures from -100 °C up to +550 °C. They combine the advantages of the MIMS RTD´s with tho se of the bendable mineral-insulated metal-shea thed thermocouples.
Mineral-Insulated Metal-Sheathed (MIMS) thermocouples were successfully introduced many years ago into temperature measurement technology. The standard versions are mainly used in the range between -270 °C and +1200 °C. They combine the advantages of high flexibility and easy handling in an extremely wide temperature range.
acc. to EN 50 446 (DIN 43 733) for use in harsh industrial environments
In numerous branches of industry heat-treatment and combustion processes play a decisive role during
production and in the quality of the final product. These applications have one thing in common:
Due to the high temperatures thermocouples are almost always used. Besides the non-precious-metal containing
ones, mainly types E, J or L, K and N, platinum thermocouples types S, R or B are increasingly being
Sheath diameter 1.0 mm or with measuring tip 1.0 mm Ø or reinforced to 1.2 mm Ø. Measuring resistor in wire-wound or flat-form version. Hard-wired connecting cable, FEP- (TEFLON) insulated. True four-wire circuitry ex measuring resistor circuitry.
The following illustrations show the different designs and forms. The forms in italics correspond to the withdrawn standard DIN 43 763.
The following table shows in comparison the different types of measuring inserts. They are designed based on the presently valid version of DIN 43 735.