An instrument used for measuring the expansion of solid bodies by heat.
An instrument for measuring degrees of heat above those indicated by the mercurial thermometer.
An instrument used to measure the temperature of a surface.
an instrument which measures the temperature of the balloon at the top (also referred to as the temperature gauge). Balloon fabrics have varying "never-exceed" temperatures ranging from 250 to 300 degrees Fahrenheit.
a thermometer designed to measure high temperatures
a device for measuring temperatures outside of the range of a mercurial thermometer
a device that detects visible and infrared radiation given off by an object, then converts that information to a temperature reading
a device which measures the temperature of the tire tread
a gauge that reads out temperature in degrees Fahrenheit
an Exhaust Gas Temperature (EGT) gauge that allows you to read an immediate change in exhaust temp by receiving a signal from a probe (thermocouple) that is inserted into the exhaust manifold
an instrument fixed outside the kiln which shows by way of a needle on a scale of degrees the temperature inside the kiln
an instrument that indicates temperature in the kiln
an instrument used to measure heat at high temperatures
a small handheld device that will tell you the temperature of anything you point it at
a temperature gauge designed to measure high temperatures above those measurable with an ordinary thermometer
a thermocouple and meter combination
a useful tool in kiln management, an indication of approximate temperature and whether temperature is rising or falling and at what rate
An instrument used for non-contact measurement of surface temperatures. BST-based thermal imagers with temperature measurement have a pyrometer interlaced with the infrared detector.
The pyrometer is a meter that indicates high temperatures. In order to work, a pyrometer must have a thermocouple (temperature sensor) connected to it.
A device used to measure high temperatures.
An instrument used to measure high temperature.
An electronic device that can measure a wide range of temperature (typically - 100 to 1999°F); especially high temperatures.
A thermometer able to measure the very high temperatures found in kilns.
An instrument for measuring the expansion of solid bodies under the influence of heat.
An optical instrument for remote sensing and measurement of spot temperatures or radiation levels Qualitative Analysis An analysis of objects or processes which is concerned with deriving structural, material, or relative information. This type of analysis can be done with imagers, line scanners, and viewers; temperature or radiometric data output is not required.
A thermometer for measuring very high temperatures.
A device used for recording temperatures. Pyrometers connected to thermocouples record the heat at various points. See Thermocouple.
An instrument for determining elevated temperatures.
A pyrometer is a temperature measuring device, which may consist of several different arrangements. It was invented by Pieter van Musschenbroek (1692-1761).