With a screw-in resistance thermometer, the measuring resistor is positioned protected in stainless steel housing. The housing is equipped with a thread and, for easy installation, an Allen fitting as well. This allows the resistance thermometer to be screwed into a threaded hole and, therefore, for the measuring point to be positioned at a defined location. The screwed-in thermometer is pressure-tight and can therefore also be used for liquids or gases. We offer screw-in thermometers with various resistances.
There are also various options available in terms of wire production and their connection type. Alongside our standard versions, we also offer customised solutions. We are able to vary the thread, installation length and other parameters for you.
* One possible solution for bypassing the thread problem is a combination of a sheathing resistance thermometer and compression-type fitting. Talk to us to find out more. We would be happy to advise you.