Vitreous Silica fibre is designed for extreme temperature applications and the design is braided with standard insulation on the individual conductors. The jacket also gives a continuous temperature rating up to 982 °C (1800 °F). The vitreous silica fibre is flexible throughout the extended temperature range but is not recommended for applications that are highly abrasive in high temperatures. The high-temperature limit of Vitreous Silica allows it to be used in areas where the temperature is higher than the upper limit of fibreglass braided wires. The standard build design provides the most economical solution to your high-temperature application.
The heavy build design with thicker insulation on the individual conductors and the jacket gives a continuous temperature rating up to 982 °C (1800 °F).
Conductors: Solid or stranded thermocouple wire per ASTM E230 & ANSI MC96.1
Insulation: Braided vitreous silica fiber
Construction: Parallel conductors
Jacket: Braided vitreous silica fiber
Operating Temperature: +1800 °F (+982 °C) continuous +2000 °F (+1093 °C) single exposure
Limits of Error: Conforms to ASTM E230, IEC 584, and ANSI MC 96.1
Color Code: Supplied white without saturants and also with a red tracer in the negative leg
- No tracers
- Impregnated Jacket
- Stabilized Type K & Type E Conductors
- Metal Coverings
- Tighter Than Special Limit Accuracy Tolerances
- Calibration Test Reports
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