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Heat Sensing Tube

Heat Sensing Tube

650 INR/Bundle

Product Details:

  • Dimension (L*W*H) METER Meter (m)
  • Frequency HZ Hertz (HZ)
  • Temperature Range CELSIUS Celsius (oC)
  • Alarm YES
  • Material RUBBER
  • Color RED
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Heat Sensing Tube Price and Quantity

  • 650 INR/Bundle
  • 20 Meter

Heat Sensing Tube Specification

  • CELSIUS Celsius (oC)
  • YES
  • RED
  • 1 YEARS
  • HZ Hertz (HZ)
  • METER Meter (m)

Heat Sensing Tube Trade Information

  • Cheque
  • 1000 Meter Per Month
  • 7 Days
  • Yes
  • Free samples available with shipping and taxes paid by the buyer
  • LOT
  • Asia
  • All India

Product Description

A heat sensing tube typically refers to a device used to detect changes in temperature or heat. These tubes are often used in various industrial, scientific, and engineering applications for monitoring and control purposes. There are different types of heat sensing tubes, and they can work based on various principles. Here are a few common types:

1. Thermocouples: Thermocouples are widely used heat sensing devices consisting of two dissimilar metal wires joined at one end. When there is a temperature gradient between the joined end and the free ends of the wires, it generates a voltage proportional to the temperature difference. This voltage can be measured and used to determine the temperature. Thermocouples are used in a wide range of applications, from measuring temperatures in ovens and furnaces to monitoring industrial processes.

2. Resistance Temperature Detectors (RTDs): RTDs are temperature sensors made from materials whose electrical resistance changes with temperature. Typically, they are made from platinum, and their resistance increases linearly with temperature. By measuring the resistance of the RTD, you can accurately determine the temperature. RTDs are known for their high accuracy and stability, making them suitable for precise temperature measurements.

3. Infrared Thermometers: Infrared thermometers, often called pyrometers, work by detecting the infrared radiation emitted by an object. The amount of radiation emitted is directly related to the objects temperature. These thermometers use a lens to focus the infrared radiation onto a detector, which converts it into an electrical signal that is then converted into a temperature reading. Infrared thermometers are commonly used for non-contact temperature measurements, such as measuring the temperature of surfaces or objects that are difficult to reach.

4. Bimetallic Temperature Sensors: Bimetallic temperature sensors consist of two different metal strips bonded together. These strips have different coefficients of thermal expansion, causing them to bend when exposed to temperature changes. The bending movement can be used to actuate mechanical switches or display temperature changes on a dial. Bimetallic thermometers are often found in household thermostats and temperature gauges.

5. Gas-Filled Temperature Sensors: Gas-filled temperature sensors, such as gas thermometers, rely on the thermal expansion of a gas (typically helium or hydrogen) to measure temperature. As the gas expands or contracts with temperature changes, it moves a piston or diaphragm, which can be used to indicate temperature variations.

6. Liquid-in-Glass Thermometers: These are traditional thermometers consisting of a glass tube filled with a liquid (usually mercury or alcohol). The liquid expands or contracts with temperature changes, causing it to rise or fall in the calibrated tube, indicating the temperature.

Heat Sensing Tube Specifications:

1. Size: 1/2 inch-1 inch

2. Color: Red

3. Material: Rubber

4. Max Temperature Resistance: 80-100 degree centigrade

5. Unit Length: 100 MTR

6. Thickness: 6 mm

FAQs of Heat Sensing Tube:

Q: What is the warranty period for the Heat Sensing Tube?

A: The warranty period for the Heat Sensing Tube is 1 year.

Q: What are the dimensions of the Heat Sensing Tube?

A: The dimensions of the Heat Sensing Tube are METER Meter (m).

Q: What is the temperature range for the Heat Sensing Tube?

A: The temperature range for the Heat Sensing Tube is Celsius (oC).

Q: What is the usage of the Heat Sensing Tube?

A: The Heat Sensing Tube is used for fire suppression system for electrical panel.

Q: Does the Heat Sensing Tube have an alarm?

A: Yes, the Heat Sensing Tube has an alarm.

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