Newly released: SNR; Non-Intrusive temperature sensor with the flexibility required for your important process. The removable sensor, installed utilizing a hygienic clamp union, is easily removed to support periodic calibration verification.
Available in flow tube sizes from 1/2: to 4″, and with Weld-End or Hygienic Ferrule process connections. View the SNR assemblies and SNR sensor details.
The ultimate in cleanability, flexibility and confidence in your process measurement.
There are times when a local indication of temperature would be really convenient. The Burns 19A and 20P LED Indicators provide exactly what you need.
The 20P, combined with a T51 transmitter and Burns Series 200 sensor will provide a confident measurement visible through the LED, 4 digit display nearly anywhere in your process.
For harsh or hazardous environments the 19A, aluminum connection head and T51 or T55 transmitter is explosion proof (FM approved, Class I, Div.1, Group A, B, C, D: Class II, Div 1, Group E, F, G).
The loop powered LED indicator offers a simple menu for setup via buttons on the device. For more information about the LED indicator (or LCD battery powered options), refer to page 7 of the Burns Connection Head supplement.
Designed specifically for the pharmaceutical and biotechnology industries, Burns Engineering Autoclave RTDs are for use in steam autoclaves where water is present in the environment. Additionally, the sensing element is fully supported for maximum durability and long-term stability. View the Burns Autoclave Catalog.
- Completely sealed, waterproof and pressure proof, ensures that moisture cannot enter the sensor or migrate from the autoclave chamber.
- 1/8″ sharpened tip configuration available - easily pierces rubber stoppers on load cells.
- Optional ruggedized cabling to withstand wear and tear of daily use.
Classic Autoclave - SAC: Load monitoring - SAL:
Heavy Duty - SAH: X-treme Duty - SAX:
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Designed for use in tanks that incorporate scrappers or mixing blades, the Flush Mount Temperature Sensor, (SFM-Sanitary Flush Mount) is an effective solution when immersion sensor are prohibited. SFM Catalog page.
Installation involves cutting a 2″ diameter hole in the tank, usually on the bottom and then welding the threaded adaptor over the opening. The adaptor and backing nut holds the sensor in place, sealed with a PTFE gasket.
Flush mounted sensors can incorporate a standard connection head or with loop or battery powered transmitter / indicator.
- Time Constant: 4 seconds
- Pressure Rating: 34 psi with PTFE gasket
- Theoretical Max. Pressure for housing: 200 psi
- Construction: 316L
- Single or Dual element with 0.05% or 0.10% interchangeability
- Product Contact Surface Finish: 32Ra or better
- 3A-74 Listed
If you ever wish you could measure the temperature at a specific location but there’s no way to insert an immersion sensor? Here is the solution!
The Series B family of Surface Sensors, available as RTDs or Thermocouples, can attach to the exterior of a pipe or chamber and provide a measurement when an inserted sensor is not feasible or unacceptable. Multiple attachment approaches and easy installation enables a quick, permanent or temporary measurement, that is much less intrusive.
The Burns Application Engineers always look for solutions that will provide temperature measurement confidence for your process, yet we realize the you need options and creative choices in certain situations. Flexible, confident and effective answers to your needs - is our intention.
Questions about surface measurement or any temperature challenge? Contact Burns at: info(at)BurnsEngineering.com. We’d love to discuss your temperature measurements.
Loop powered DIN B Form RTD and thermocouple temperature transmitters for head mounting. Model T51 and T55 transmitters carry FM, CE, and CSA approvals allowing installation and use in a variety of applications.
Models T51 and T55 are easily programmed with a PC using the TP05 Interface and communication software. The T55 may also be programmed with your handheld HART® communicator and both models feature class-leading ±0.05% of span accuracy. Check the Specs!
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Series A - Miniature RTD
The Series A sensors deliver a small profile sensor while exceeding Class A interchangeability tolerances. When space is limited and accuracy with high repeatability is a must, Series A is the answer. The small diameter and short length enables the sensor to maneuver into the tightest spaces to secure your critical temperature measurements.
With unlimited installation possibilities, the Series A gives you maximum flexibility in a compact design.
We have observed, where temperature is being measured in bulk material or large volume air or liquid, a single point sensor isn’t effective in representing the thermal characteristics of the entire area of interest. Installing several discrete sensors can be cumbersome requiring multiple installation points.
Averaging sensors and Multi-point sensors can serve these applications extremely well. We have developed a Compendium of Averaging and Multi-Point Sensors and their Applications to provide some insight into these unique measurement situations.