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HI-766TR2 K-Type Thermocouple Penetration, 1m stem

HI-766TR2 K-Type Thermocouple Penetration, 1m stem

HI-766TR2  K-Type Thermocouple Penetration, 1m stem

HI-766TR2 K-Type Thermocouple Penetration, 1m stem

Max temperature 250°C
Response time - 10 seconds
In Stock
£89.00 (exc. VAT) £106.80 (inc. VAT)

The HI-766PX series are K-type thermocouple temperature probes to be used with thermocouple thermometers – ideal for industrial situations where very high temperatures are expected. All probes in the HI-766 series are made from stainless steel for long life and easy cleaning. The series includes a wide range of probes for measurement of liquids, air, gas and penetration in semi-solids, as well as curved, planed or hard-to-reach surfaces. In addition, models are available with interchangeable or fixed handles for maximum versatility.

HI-766TR2 K-Type Thermocouple Penetration, 1m stem information

Hanna's extended description

The HI-766TR2 is a K-Type thermocouple probe with sharp tip for penetration of semi-solid samples.

This probe has a 1m stem and is suitable for use with any K-Type Thermocouple Thermometer.

HI-766TR2, Hi-766TR3, HI-766TR4 penetration probes

K-type thermocouple probes with sharp tip for penetration of semi-solid samples.



K-type Connection – Industry standard K-type Thermocouple connector. Can be used with any HANNA K-type thermocouple thermometer.

Specifications

Specifications list

Specifications

Application semi solids, liquids
Max Temperature 250°C (482°F)
Sensor K-Type Thermocouple
Response Time 10 seconds
Probe Dimensions L 1m x Dia 10mm
Probe Material stainless steel
For use with HI-935005, HI-935002, HI-93531, HI-93531N, HI-93531R, HI-93532R, HI-93530, HI-93530N, HI-9063, HI-93551, HI-93551N, HI-93542, HI-93552R

Product Literature

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