National Physical Laboratory

Pt/Pd thermocouple resilience over 327 operating hours in an industrial calibration laboratory

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Published: 25 April 2012

Authors: C.J. Elliott, J.V. Pearce, G. Machin, T. Ford and K. Hicks

Related: Engineering Measurement

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The ability to accurately measure temperature above 1000 °C is critical to maintaining tight process control in many environments, e.g. steel, glass,space, aerospace and semiconductor industries.

The robustness of a new Pt/Pd thermocouple design that has been developed (by NPL [1]) was recently tested in a industrial calibration facility (at CCPI-Europe).

The work reported here shows that no significant drift is observed in the calibration output of the Pt/Pd thermocouple, when exposed to either conditions.

 

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