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Gas Temperature Sensor Features Foul Proof Probe Tip

Tue, 04/26/2011 - 6:32am

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EGT Diesel Exhaust Gas Temperature SensorThe Sensor Connection introduces the EGT Diesel Exhaust Gas Temperature Sensor featuring an enclosed foul proof probe tip that permits operation in bio-fuel and diesel engine applications. Manufactured in the U.S. from high temperature Inconel and 316SS, this type K thermocouple can withstand extreme conditions, making it ideal for use in R&D and testing as well as in various applications within the agricultural, marine, automotive/racing industries (truck engine management systems, LNP injection systems). These high-temperature sensors are the choice of professional racing teams, OEMs and R&D test labs for their demanding applications.

The EGT Diesel Exhaust Gas Temperature Sensor is capable of surviving extreme vibration and heat up to 1200 degrees C. The foul-proof sensing tip is recommended for EGT temperature measurements of sulfuric fuels such as diesel and bio-fuels. Measuring 0.187" in diameter (4.75 mm), the EGT probe will fit most diesel engine exhaust systems from 0.750” (19 mm) to 4.0” (100 mm) in diameter with nominal installation modifications. The exhaust Gas sensor is available in either a straight or 90-degree bend to the probe accommodates tight-spaced mounting locations. An adjustable (316 Stainless Steel) 1/8" NPT compression fitting adapter is included. They can be easily customize by the factory for you specific application

The EGT probe cable, over-braided in stainless steel for heavy-duty abrasion resistance, extends 6 feet (2 meters) in length. Signal wires are Teflon insulated to ensure reliable and consistent high temperature measurement in the most extreme operating conditions. For more information on the EGT Diesel Exhaust Gas Temperature Sensor, contact Harold Schaevitz at harolds@thesensorconnection.com or go to our web site at: http://www.thesensorconnection.net/category/egt-probes/egt-probes/diesel
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