Temperature gauges for LPG and NH3

Temperature gauges are common devices used for quick visual access to the temperature inside LPG pipelines. They are frequently used in plant and machine engineering and compressor, gear and boiler constructions.

Product description

Temperature gauges measure and display the actual temperature of media in vessels, tanks and pipelines. The temperature can be a good indicator for the state of the liquefied gases LPG and NH3 in closed systems.

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Body: Stainless steel

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Gas types: LPG (Propane, Butane), NH3 (Ammonia, Anhydrous ammonia), NG (natural gas), manufactured gasses
Connections: Thread
Types: G, NPT
Temperature range: -70˚C to +600˚C (-94˚F to +1112˚F)
Sizes and range: ½" to 1"
Series: Model 55
Standards: CE, ATEX, GOST

*Materials and specifications are subject to generalisation. Our experienced people are ready to help you find the correct fit for your application. 

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  • Scale ranging from -70˚C to +600˚C (-94˚F to +1112˚F)
  • Robust and hermetically sealed case
  • Case and stem in stainless steel
  • Comes in 5 different connection types
  • High resistance to aggressive media
  • Handling of extreme ambient temperatures
  • Suits high vibration appliances
  • Modifiable stem and dial – optimal process connection
  • Silicone oil case filling (up to max. +250˚C (+482˚F) at the probe)

Did you know?

Temperature gauges can be used in many different applications

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