Resistance thermometers are not just temperature measurement sensors, but also the interpolation instrument for the current International Temperature Scale of 1990 (ITS90), over the temperature range -260°C to +960°C, and has significantly grown in the industry over the last 25 years.
This growth is due to the development of a smaller yet robust construction, which gives the accuracy and reliability required for this sensor type. Like with thermocouples, the key to giving a resistance thermometer a long and accurate service life is in the design and construction.
- All resistance thermometer types available
- Design and construction to suit all temperature ranges and industries
- Expert advice for your temperature measurement needs
- Full testing and calibration service
The entire manufacturing process is conducted in the same factory under strict ISO norms. This ensures products of a consistent high quality.