Melt Probe

MTF 112

APPLICATION

Melt probes are designed for the usage at extrusion sides. Sword shaped, conical and plane measure tips allow a good temperature recording. Accordingly to the thread melt probes can be screwed at standard holes of the extruder. It is to select between single and double thermocouple and isolated or not isolated design. The very robust MTF 112 increases the working time of the sensor. Due to the conical design of the sensor there is no justification of the sensor at the flow direction required. A coating of the sensor tip increases the endurance of the Sensor and avoids adhesions. The ex-changeable mineral insulated thermocouple is mounted with two M5x10 screws. The sensor parts are out of own production and manufactured on ultra-modern CNC-machinery.

  • operating temperature: up to 600 °C
  • isolated or non-isolated
  • single or double thermocouple
  • support via 5.5 mm wide x 2.5 mm deep furrow
  • G1/2” screw-in thread
  • exchangeable thermocouple
  • up to 600°C
    operating temperature
  • G 1/2"
    screw-in thread
  • 5.5 x 2.5 mm
    groove

MTF 112 Melt Probe

Please find following our standard thermo and compensating wires for MTF 112 Melt Probes listed. Others are available on request.

Fe-CuNi type L

part# cross section temperature range outer diameter
1200455 2x0,22 mm² -50 °C bis +400 °C ca. 3,40 mm
1307289 2x0,22 mm² -40 °C bis +180 °C 4,00 mm ± 0,10 mm
1200456 4x0,22 mm² -50 °C bis +400 °C max. 3,80 mm

Fe-CuNi type J

part# cross section temperature range outer diamter
1229818 4x0,22 mm² -50 °C bis +400 °C ca. 3,60 mm
1222528 2x0,35 mm² -50 °C bis +400 °C ca. 3,60 mm
2239028 2x0,35 mm² -50 °C bis +650 °C ca. 3,40 mm

NiCr-Ni Typ K

part# cross section temperature range outer diameter
1298584 4x0,22 mm² -50 °C bis +400 °C max. 4,00 mm
1200471 2x0,50 mm² -50 °C bis +400 °C ca. 3,50 mm

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