Thermocouple Cables

Posted by Admin on April, 25, 2011

Keeping in view the specific requirements of various industries, we have a wide range of Thermocouple Cables with different specifications. The Thermocouple Compensating Cables are manufactured using the latest sophisticated technology to ensure high durability and enhanced performance. The Insulated Thermocouple Cables are insulated properly to ensure total safety. Their endurance towards temperature is extreme. The raw materials used in the manufacturing of the Thermocouple Cables are of the best quality. We stand among the prominent Exporters of premium quality Thermocouple Cables based in India.

Extension Cables are manufactured from conductors having the same nominal composition as well as the same emf output as those of the corresponding thermocouple. Letter ‘X’ following the designation of the thermocouple, e.g. KX, denotes these cables.

Compensating Cables are manufactured from conductors having different composition from the corresponding thermocouple but have similar emf output over a limited temperature range (generally 200°C). Letter ‘C’ following the designation of the thermocouple, e.g. ‘KC’, denotes these cables.

We manufacture RTD, Thermocouple Extension and Compensating cables with the PTFE (Teflon®) and Fibre Glass Insulation. We make following constructions commonly with parallel as well as twisted form.

  • PTFE/ PTFE
  • PTFE/ PTFE/ SS Braided
  • PTFE/ (SPC/ NPC/ BC) Braided/ PTFE
  • PTFE/ PTFE/ Fibre Glass
  • Fibre Glass/ Fibre Glass
  • Fibre Glass/ Fibre Glass/ SS
  • Fibre Glass/ Fibre Glass/ PTFE

    We manufacture the above Insulated cables as per the requirement or specifications of the customer with insulating material PTFE and Fibre Glass.

    We manufacture 2 Core, 3 Core, 4 Core and 6 Core RTD cables with above mentioned constructions using best quality Bare Copper, Silver Plated Copper and Nickel Plated Copper Conductors.


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