Thermo-Tuff

Fast Response Temperature Sensor

 Hydronix is proud to announce the addition of another product to its range, the Thermo-Tuff temperature sensor.  Designed to be used in the harshest of environments such as concrete mixers and aggregate bins, the Thermo-tuff is the fastest, most durable temperature sensor in the world.

This sensor outclasses its rivals by taking advantage of high speed, high accuracy electronics, thermally isolated from their surroundings to achieve the fastest possible temperature response. The unique electronic design also enables two-wire current loop connection with a linear output over a range of 0 to 80°C.


Features of the Thermo-Tuff

» Easy to install with a choice of fixing options; a mounting collar for mixers and an extension mounting sleeve for aggregate bins.

» 4-20mA linear output for easy connection to all control systems.

» 0-80°C temperature range.

» Rugged, compact and self...

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