Jacketed with PTFE
PTFE Jacketed Thermowell-baffles for inserting thermocouples below the
liquid level of corrosion mixtures are designed to withstand immersion
in all acids, except hydrofluoric, at temperatures to
corrosion resistance and strength are also designed to provide long-life
and maintenance-free operation of both thermowells and vessels. They
are constructed of a PTFE jacketed steel pipe with a special tantalum
bulb swaged on the bottom end. Heat conductivity of 0.130
cal./cm2/°C/sec. is provided through the tantalum bulb
which combines good chemical resistance with high thermal conductivity.
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Notes: Maximum Length = 10ft.
|Dimensional Data, inches
||Gasket Seal Dia.
Unsupported Length** (ft.)
*Thermowells have oversize O.D. which will not fit directly into
standard size vessel nozzles. By selecting a smaller size pipe and a
R60692 Special Reducing Flange, the correct fit can be achieved.
**Recommended maximum length for mild agitation is shown as a general
guide for liquids having about the same density and viscosity as water.
For longer lengths or more severe operating loads (density, viscosity
and velocity of fluid at the pipe), a larger size or internal bracing
should be employed. Exceeding the maximum recommended service temperature
and/or pressure or maximum recommended unsupported length can result
in premature failure and possible personnel and equipment hazard.
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