An high technical specification and wide range of standard features make this thermometer the obvious choice for a wide range of process and engineering applications.

Bi-Metal Thermometers with Rigid Stems are suitable for measuring and monitoring temperatures directly from the source of the heat. Bi-Metal Thermometers are often used in Chemical and Allied Industries such as Offshore Oil & Gas where the atmosphere is corrosive, and severe due to weather conditions

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Rigid Stem Bi-Metal Stainless Steel Thermometer(Weatherproof Construction to IP66)

Temperature element
Bi-Metal System

316 Stainless Steel Weatherproof Construction

316 Stainless Steel

White Anodised Aluminium (Black Printing)

Black Aluminium

Stainless Steel (Dia 6,8,10,12mm) (Length 100mm to 1000mm)

Sheet Glass

Standard Size
63, 100, 150 mm

Accuracy class

Scale Range
– 50 up to 600 deg C

Optional Extras
Case: AISI 306 Stainless Steel & Bezel (Bayonet Type)
Weatherproof Construction
Pointer: Slot adjustable Black Finish
Stem: Stainless Steel
Window: Laminated Safety Glass/Perspex
Thermowells per DIN or to user specification
Also available in Mild Steel Case with Brass Stem
Additional Variations: On Request

Blanes Pressure Solutions provides aftercare where we can SERVICE and SANAS calibrate Deadweight Testers.

For more information on placing orders, after care and maintenance services you can contact our Sales Manager Ronel Olivier on or 011 422 1749.

Blanes Pressure Solutions supplies a comprehensive range of pressure measurement instruments.

Our customer base is vast with a vast range of blue chip companies as customers, ranging from Afrox, to including but not limited to, Air Products, Air Liquide, Anglo American, De Beers, Eskom, Impala Platinum, Unilever, SAB Miller, Sappi, and Sasol, to name but a few. Agreements with various manufacturers around the world, result in a comprehensive range of indicators, switches, transmitters and accessories.

Blanes Pressure Solutions was founded in 2002 to take over the pressure business of Blanes Instruments CC, and can trace its pedigree back to 1893, when Robert Blane left Scotland to make his fortune on the Witwatersrand.

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