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Today, industrial temperature measurement specialists, Process Parameters, gave readers more insight on the range of infrared pyrometers currently for sale on its webstore. To the uninformed reader, an infrared pyrometer is a type of thermometer that infers temperature from a portion of the thermal radiation (sometimes referred to as black-body radiation) emitted by the object being measured. There are many applications where non-contact infrared pyrometers have an advantage over contact probes, such as thermocouples.

Infrared pyrometers are considered to be an excellent choice for measuring surface temperatures compared to contact probes. In certain applications, for example, when measuring the temperature of film plastics, paper, or glass, infrared pyrometers are more accurate than traditional contact probes.

Furthermore, infrared pyrometers enable users to measure temperatures within applications where traditionally only air temperature has been measured. Because of this, higher standards of quality control can be achieved, which will inevitably lead to cost savings. Pyrometers have a very wide temperature measurement range from -50°C to a whopping 2200°C and beyond.

Infrared pyrometers have a very fast response time, which is definitely an absolutely ideal trait for usage within applications that have considerable high-speed temperature changes, or where an object (or objects) are in quick motion, e.g. induction heating systems, welding applications, packaging lines, etc. Temperature pyrometers allow for remote measuring, which means temperature can be measured from a safe distance with improved sensor life.

Finally, infrared temperature pyrometers are extremely low-cost, they are German-made, considered to be highly reliable devices and are suitable for a vast majority of processes and OEM applications. There are also different models available which are designed for various industrial and commercial applications.

To find out more about the range of infrared pyrometers available from Process Parameters, readers are invited to check out its website at the following URL: https://www.processparameters.co.uk/

Process Parameters Ltd
Process Parameters Ltd
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Unit 3 Woodlands business park
Woodlands Park Avenue
United Kingdom

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