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Mineral-Insulated Thermocouple Cable from ARI Industries
June 28, 2010
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ARi Industries Inc.announced immediate availability of its AerOpakmineral-insulated (MI) thermocouple cable in an expanded assortment of sizesand sheath materials. MI cable offers thermocouple fabricators, instrumentsdesigners, process engineers and various equipment builders a unique solutionto the challenges of temperature measurement and electrical signal-sending inharsh, corrosive and other hazardous environments.
Offered as thermocouple and conductor cable, AerOpakproducts comprise thermocouple or conductor wires insulated with compactedceramic powder, drawn and encased in a seamless metallic sheath material. Standardthermocouple or conductor cables up to 10-wire configurations are available invarious stainless steel, Hastelloy and Inconel sheath materials in OD sizesranging from 0.020 to 0.750 inch diameter. Cable can be supplied fortemperatures up to metal melt points of 2600F and over 1000 ft in length,making these products suitable for all types of process operations and verylarge equipment. Owing to the strict manufacturing and production standards ofARi, MI cable signal integrity is consistent over the longest lengthapplications.
Thermocouple cables in Types K, E, J, T, N, R, S, and B arestocked in calibration tolerances to meet all applicable ASTM, IEC and ANSIstandards.
MI cable from ARi can be welded, brazed or soldered in thefield, relative to the application and techniques used. Please consult themanufacturer for details or installation assistance. Custom wireconfigurations, other sheath materials and assorted insulation ingredients arealso available on request, to suit virtually all applications.
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