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ABB Launches New Brochure on SensyTemp Sensors

ABB, a global provider of power and automation technologies, has released a four-page, coloured brochure specifying the SensyTemp TSH200 range of temperature sensors operative under extreme temperatures ranging from 600°C to 1800°C or 1112°F to 3272°F.

The brochure describes the sensors with modular components that serve a broad range of high-temperature applications. Various options are available consisting of thermowell materials, ceramic shielding, stainless stay tubes, connection heads and thermocouple types. The brochure explains its applications in cement, brick, glass, and ceramic industries; blast furnaces; annealing; and incineration.

One page illustrates three basic models, based on maximum temperature requirements. The TSH210 thermal sensor can operate at about 1300°C or 2372°F, whereas the TSH220 sensor calculates temperatures up to a maximum of 1800°C (3272°F) and features a ceramic-shielded thermowell and stainless steel stay tube. The TSH250 sensor is suitable for molten glass temperatures up to nearly 1650°C (3002°F), employing stainless steel thermocouples. It is provided with a tri-stage component for calculating temperature dispersals of the molten bath. All TSH200 series thermal sensors can be evaluated in the ABB lab meeting national standards.



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