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Weld pads allow severe service temperature measurement with minimum drift

April 13, 2009
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The weld-pad (tube skin) termination allows a temperature sensor to be welded directly onto piping or other metal surfaces to sense the surface temperature. Weld pads are most commonly used in fired heater tubes, refinery heater tubes, boilers and furnaces in refineries, and industrial boilers. However, they can be used in virtually any application requiring surface temperature measurement. According to the manufacturer they excel at creating custom designs and engineered solutions to fit your requirements. Choose from a variety of junction styles (knife-edge shaped, V shaped, wedge shaped, etc.), materials, wrap-around angles, expansion loops, stem lengths, and spring-loaded covers. Weld pads allow severe service temperature measurement with minimum drift and radiant heat. The addition of a Reotemp shield will improve the efficiency and accuracy of your weld pad.

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