Thermostat housing is the commonly used one, but in fact, its style is almost the same, and the difference lies in thread, length, material and processing technology. The housing provides physical protection for the probe. Separate coarse adjustment and cursor fine adjustment mechanism make probe gap setting and maintenance faster and more accurate.
Thermostat probe housing: as the name implies, it is the housing of a temperature sensor; the sensor is installed inside the housing, and then the housing is mounted into the sensor location and used to protect the sensor, while enabling the sensor to detect temperature. According to different installation requirements of customers, the screw thread is different, and the length also varies. Under different using environments: the materials include stainless steel, brass, and ordinary carbon steel in compliance with American standards. In addition to the T series which bolts and pipes are welded in the production process, the whole raw materials of the others are cut in production. After the parts are all prepared, air pressure seal testing is done to make sure that the housings are in good sealing.
The Probe Housing size is precise, the appearance is beautiful, and the pipe end seal is airtight and does not leak.
The lubricant on the surface of the stainless steel sensor housing is non-polluting. After cleaning with a soft cloth, it can be cleaned with a neutral detergent.
We continue to incorporate new results into the manufacturing process and gradually increase the temperature sensor pt100 platinum resistance. In addition, we increase production efficiency and reduce manufacturing costs by enhancing the accuracy and reliability of temperature-controlled sensing units.
This Probe Housing is widely used in aerospace, food temperature control, electronics and other fields.