UKs leading supplier of infrared pyrometers releases new range of products

Customers looking for the leading supplier of infrared pyrometers in the UK look no further than process parameters. More information: https://www.processparameters.co.uk/infrared-pyrometer/

Maidenhead, United Kingdom - December 5, 2019 /PressCable/ —

Customers who are looking for the leading supplier of infrared pyrometers in the UK look no further than Process Parameters Ltd. Jonathan Apperley, Owner at Process Parameters Ltd has just released more in depth details about their new service.

There are numerous applications where a non-contact infrared pyrometer may have an advantage over contact probes such as thermocouples, for example they are an excellent choice for surface temperature measurement in applications where the measurement of thin film plastics, paper or high temperature glass or metals is almost impossible using traditional methods. Not only that, by measuring remotely, the sensor does not influence the measurement, which is possible when it comes to contact methods such as in thin materials or moving items and remote measuring allows the measurements to be taken from a safe distance, ensuring long sensor life using the infrared temperature pyrometers.

Jonathan Apperley, when asked about infrared pyrometers and other services Process Parameters Ltd offer said:

“We don’t just work with thermal imaging cameras, we also offer Temperature Probes, Platinum Resistance Thermometers – PT100 / PT1000 and ThermocouplesThermocouple Connectors as well as much more. We’re also proud to be one of the very few suppliers of Optris thermal imaging cameras in the whole of the UK”.

A quick look into Process Parameters Ltd you will notice that they have a few two popular ranges of infrared pyrometers the first one being the Optris CSmicro 2W LT / LTH Miniature Infrared Temperature Sensor and the second being the Optris CT LT Compact Infrared Non-Contact Temperature Sensor

With the CSmicro customers are offered a wider measuring range of up to 1600°C and also a higher ambient operating temperature for the sensing head of up to 180°C without additional cooling. Combined with high quality optics giving small spot sizes, the CSmicro is an extremely versatile group of sensors, and are easily configurable using the optional USB interface and Compact Connect software.

The Optris CT LT on the other hand is an excellent general purpose miniaturised digital pyrometer with programmable electronic box. The IR sensing head is suitable for use at ambient temperatures of up to 180°C without cooling and with a choice of optical resolutions there is certain to be a version within the range to suit your application.

Those interested in learning more about the business can do so on the business website at https://www.processparameters.co.uk

Those interested in infrared pyrometers, you can read more here: https://www.processparameters.co.uk/infrared-pyrometer/

Contact Info:
Name: Tom Hall-Jones
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Organization: Process Parameters Ltd
Address: Unit 10A, Waldeck House Waldeck Road, Maidenhead, Berkshire SL6 8BR, United Kingdom
Phone: +44-1628-778688
Website: https://www.processparameters.co.uk

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88937560

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