Thermowells are pipe fittings used to protect the temperature sensors installed in the industrial process. The thermowell consists of a closed conduit at one end and is mounted in the process stream. Temperature sensors, such as thermocouples or resistance thermometers, are inserted into the open ends of pipes, which are typically outside air, outside pipes or pipes, and insulated. The chemical process is transmitted through the heat to the walls of the Thermowell, which transfers the heat to the sensor. Due to the larger sensor set, the sensor responds to the change in operating temperature by adding a pond. If the sensor does not work, it can be replaced without draining the boat or pipe. Due to the increased temperature and due to heat wall, the heat from the sensor’s precision process and response is negatively affected by the increase in thermostat.
|Category:||Instrument Process Control|
|Date:||March 6, 2018|