Temp-Pro is proud to present our ISO 9001:2015 certification based on our adoption of a customer-centric and continual improvement quality management system. ISO stands for the International Organization for Standardization.
A thermocouple is a device that measures temperature by generating an electrical current with a temperature-dependent voltage. This voltage may then be interpreted to determine its temperature. A thermowell is a structure that surrounds a thermocouple to protect it from damaging elements such as liquid or corrosive materials.
The pharmaceutical industry has benefited dramatically from use of temperature sensors. The following is a closer look at these benefits and where to find these sensors for your own company.
As the number of people on the globe continues to increase, the demand for clean water does the same. It comes as no surprise that water pollution and declining water quality have become a global concern.
Electromechanical assemblies are composed of mechanical and electrical components designed to generate and/or control power flowing to various distribution systems. The term electromechanical assembly is also used to refer to anything containing mechanical and electrical components.
Autoclaves are available in a wide range of shapes, sizes and functionalities. No matter the size or application, they all rely on autoclave temperature sensors.
Temperature sensors are more than just a temperature monitoring tool - they are a device that provides many invaluable services for many industries, including food and beverage.
Accurate temperature monitoring of equipment or locations is essential for optimizing operational quality control. Temperature sensor applications include but are not limited to generators, waste energy cogeneration, steam/gas turbines, heat recovery steam generators (HRSGs) and solar/nuclear/hydroelectric power.
Temp-Pro can help a power plant operator plan, execute and maintain its temperature measurement devices using best practices and proven techniques. Our expert advice can also help prevent design oversights when upgrading or replacing RTDs, thermocouples and other temperature measurement equipment.