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Bimetal vs. Gas-Actuated Thermometers

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When it comes to industrial temperature measurement, two types of dial thermometers are typically used, bimetal and gas-actuated thermometers. Which measuring principle should be used depends on a number of different factors, such as response time, temperature limits & application range. Check out this video from our Supplier WIKA. They explain the differences in bimetal vs gas-actuated thermometers, the benefits of each, and why you might want to use one or the other in particular applications. Needing a thermometer for your process? Contact a Cross Company process control and precision measurement expert today to find the best solution for your operation.

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