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-20° to 160°F
-20° to 160°F #350FRRMM
-20° to 160°F Magnetic Rail Thermometer Max-Min Hands
Rail Surface Thermometer with Max-Min Hands -20° to 160°F #350FRRMM
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PTC® Magnet Mount Industrial Rail Surface Thermometer with Max-Min Hands
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The PTC® Industrial Railroad Thermometers are designed to measure surface temperatures for continuous welded or jointed rails. These thermometers meet the criteria for the AREMA specification on track maintenance.
The Railroad Thermometer features four alnico magnets that act as the base for the instrument. The Models 312, 315, 330, and 350 FRR or CRR have a plastic cover and an easy to read red indicating pointer. Optional single or max-min ancillary hands are available for these thermometers. The bimetallic sensing element is enclosed to protect it from dirt and other contaminants but comes in close contact with the heated surface for rapid response. PTC® Industrial Rail Surface Thermometers are made in the U.S.A.
Conforms to AREMA Specifications
4-Magnet Base for Superior Holding Power
Accuracy of ±2% of Full Scale Range
NIST Certification Available
Every Unit Individually Calibrated
Reliable Bimetallic Sensor
Accuracy ±2% of full scale range.
Diameter 2 in. (5.1 cm).
Height 1/2 in. (1.3 cm).
Weight 2 oz. (57 g).
Shipping weight 1 lb. (454 g).
Surface temperature measurement for rail fabrication; weld preheats; foundry boxes; annealing ovens and furnaces; motors, generators, engines and bearings; dies and molds; platens, hot plates and griddles; boilers, tanks and drums; or any application where a surface temperature needs to be monitored.
-20° to 160°F Model #350FRR
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