The temperature of a material (be it gas, liquid or a solid) is seldom constant throughout the process.
A single multi-point temperature sensor provides an economical and efficient way to handle several
points of measure in a process.
In its simplest form a multi-point temperature sensor consists of a number of RTDs (Pt100s) or thermocouples
encased at various points inside a sleeve, sheath, jacket or tube with a single access point at a junction enclosure.
Multi-point sensors can be various lengths, sizes in diameter, made of a variety of materials, and constructed to
measure a wide range of temperatures.
These sensors are often used to measure multiple temperature points in storage tanks, piping systems, ovens/kilns/furnaces,
air flow ducts, grain bins, heat exchangers, rail car and truck tanks, chemical vessels and others.
Depending on the application, multi-point temperature sensors provide detailed temperature profiles for optimized process control.
They are often used to map temperatures over a large area, identify temperature gradients, or to detect hot spots within the process.
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