Sanitary and industrial RTD assemblies

Tel-Tru Manufacturing’s line of resistive temperature device (RTD) probe assemblies and temperature transmitters feature a thin-film PT100 platinum RTD sensing element packaged in an all-welded 316L stainless steel probe. The range is - 60 to 500 °F. An option includes a compact programmable transmitter built into the probe assembly.
By Control Engineering Staff October 1, 2008


Tel-Tru Manufacturing’s line of resistive temperature device (RTD) probe assemblies and temperature transmitters feature a thin-film PT100 platinum RTD sensing element packaged in an all-welded 316L stainless steel probe. The range is – 60 to 500 °F. An option includes a compact programmable transmitter built into the probe assembly. Probes are available in .187-in. and .250-in. diameters with a choice of lengths ranging up to 12 in. Sanitary probe configurations feature Tri-Clover fittings and surface finishes that comply with 3A Standard 74-03 for food, dairy, beverage, pharmaceutical and chemical processing. Standard assemblies include threaded process connections; they can be used with a separately purchased thermowell. Optional general purpose or explosion-proof connection heads in die cast aluminum or 316 stainless steel are offered, as is an FDA-approved polypropylene head. www.teltru.com Tel-Tru Manufacturing Company