High Temperature Probes
Did you ever want to measure temperatures and pressures at the exit of a combustion chamber?
We have several solutions if you want to use our probes at higher temperatures. These probes are also based on an additive manufacturing process, providing the same advantages as with our other probes.
Metal superalloys can be used at up to 1000 deg C (1800 °F). If higher temperatures are required, ceramics such as silicon nitride (SiN) can be used, capable of temperatures up to 1800 deg C (3250 °F). And as mentioned before, these highly customized solutions are made using additive manufacturing allowing for a high degree of customization.
|Number of measurement heads||TBD by customer|
|Number of holes in measurement head||1, 3, 5, 7 or TBD by customer|
|Number temperature measurement heads||TBD by customer|
|Geometry||TBD by customer|
|Size||250mm (10 in.) standard, custom lengths possible|
|Min. tip diameter||3 mm (1/8")|
|Tip geometry||TBD by customer|
|Material||Ceramics, Inconel, high-temperature stainless steel|
|Mounting method||TBD by customer|
|Connections||TBD by customer|
|Temperature range||up to 1800°C (3250 °F)|
|Angle measurement range||± 70° (depending on number of holes)|
|Angle measurement accuracy||Less than ± 1°|
|Velocity measurement range||3 m/s (10 ft/s) up to Mach 2|
|Velocity measurement accuracy||Less than ± 1 m/s (3 ft/s)|
|Temperature measurement accuracy||Depending on thermocouple|
|Max. frequency resolution||Up to 50 Hz (depending on probe geometry, frequency calibration possible)|