Temperature sensors for temperature measurement and process automation solutions.Mr. Bollerman opened Pyrometer Instrument Company in 1928, the first products were contact and immersion thermocouple pyrometers for molten iron and steel foundries.
Pyrofiber Industrial Automatic Emissivity Measurement System – AEMS. This Infrared Thermometer for Temperature Control in used in temperature measurement in refractories, ovens, furnaces etc. Its uses a fiber optic sensor and is a non contact infrared thermometer.
Accuracy After Emissivity Correction: ± 5°F (± 3°C)
1ms Data Acquisition Rate
3 Temperature Models Available:
Internal Data Notebook & PC Interface
Analog & Digital Outputs
PF 905 Industrial Std Temperature Range is 1100°F – 2730°F (600°C – 1500°C). Three models available covers – 250°C – 3000°C.
The Pyrofiber Industrial incorporates an electronic microprocessor control unit housed in a NEMA enclosure, LCD digital display, membrane keypad, power supply, fiber optic cable and connections with a primary optical sensor head and (Optional) secondary irradiance (background radiance) sensor head.
Pyrometer Instrument Co.
92 North Main Street, Bldg 18-D • Windsor, NJ 08561, USA.
The Raytek 3i series of noncontact thermometers measures surface temperature in places other
thermometers cannot. With a choice of spectral responses, temperature ranges, laser sighting options
and on-board data logging capabilities, the Raytek 3i meets the individual requirements of demanding users.
To assure accuracy, 3i pyrometer also compensates for the energy reflected by the background around the target, making it a great tool to use nearby objects with high temperatures; for example inside a furnace.
This new generation OSXL160 infrared camera (equipped with uncooled focal plan array micro-bolometer) produces crisp thermal image and accurate temperature reading to help increase system maintenance quality and efficiency in many industries. This is from Omega.
Honeywell can trace its roots back to 1885, when an inventor named Albert Butz patented the furnace regulator and alarm. He formed the Butz Thermo-Electric Regulator Co., Minneapolis, on April 23, 1886, and a few weeks later invented a simple, yet ingenious device that he called the “damper flapper.”
Here’s how it worked. When a room cooled below a predetermined temperature, a thermostat closed the circuit and energized an armature. This pulled the stop from the motor gears, allowing a crank attached to the main motor shaft to turn one-half revolution. A chain connected to the crank opened the furnace’s air damper to let in air. This made the fire burn hotter. When the temperature rose to the preset level, the thermostat signaled the motor to turn another half revolution, closing the damper and damping the fire. The temperature correction was automatic. Over the years, many Honeywell products have been based upon similar, but more complicated closed-loop systems.
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