Dial Thermometer

WIKA Temperature Gauge

Capillary Type Dial Thermometer

Mercury In Steel Temperature Gauge

Mercury-In-Steel Thermometer

Our Mercury-In-Steel Thermometer is enable measurement of temperature with a  maximum scale value. It measures temperature by the Bourdon Tube system, and indicated on a dial. This instrument is accurate and has very good pen control when set as a thermograph. Moreover, our Mercury-In-Steel Thermometer comprises a transmitting capillary, sensor bulb and a case including a Bourdon Tube element. Also, filled with pressurized mercury. Pharmaceutical, Petrochemical, Refinery, Chemical,  Sugar, Food & Beverages, Cement Industries are some application areas. 




Rigid Stem & Distance (capillary).

Dial Size:

100, 150 & 250 mm.


1% of range span.

Ambient Compensation:

With Bi-metal.

Bulb Stem & Connection:

Mild Steel or SS 316 material.

Bourdeon Materials:

Alloy Steel or Stainless Steel

Case & Bezel:

Cast aluminium stove enamelled black weatherproof with inner screwed type ABS plastic bezel

Buln Dia:

16mm (standard), 12 mm (on request)

Stem Dia:


Immersion Length:

Adjustable up to 300 mm


Copper, PVC on copper, Stainless Steel, 3 meters standard (maximum 15 meters)


3/4 & quot; BSP (M), others on request


1)Vertical (bottom entry) & Horizontal (back entry) with adjustable union ..for Rigid Stem type.
2) Panel (surface) with bottom entry & flush panel back entry with adjustable union for Distance (capillary) type

Ranges (C):

-38+50, 50, 100, 120, 150, 200, 250, 300, 400, 500 & 600C


Antivibration spring, Single Double Electric contact Thermowell

S.S. Thermowells

S.S. Thermowells are used to provide an isolation between temperature sensor & environment, either liquid or gas. It allows the temperature sensor to be removed  without any compromise. It protect the temperature sensors from strict industrial processes like hydrostatic & aerodynamic forces. S.S. Thermowells are usually installed in the piping systems for optimum performance. They are designed to consider high pressure, temperature, critical frequency and intensity of flow of media

Filled System Temperature Gauges


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