THERMOCOUPLE WIRE & CONNECTOR

  • Wire Insulation Identification
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  • Thermocouple Wire Duplex Insulated
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  • Quick Disconnect Connectors for Thermocouples and RTD’s
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  • Thermocouple and Fine Wire Welder
Model : TL-WELD
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Features

The TC-WELD is designed for sensor manufacturers who produce commercial-grade thermocouple junctions, and for users of large numbers of exposed junction thermocouples, such as test and development laboratories
where multipoint temperature sensing of test pieces is required.


No special skills are needed and most people will be capable of producing quality work with minimal practice. The instrument can be operated via the front panel or by using the footswitch.


This model is suitable for welding wires up to 1.1 mm (0.043") in diameter and has an argon gas shield facility.

A satisfactory thermocouple junction is produced without using argon, but where
argon is available a momentary purge is automatically triggered immediately prior
to the weld to give optimum weld integrity.

• Make Quality Beaded Thermocouples             • Wire-Holding Pliers and Lead

• Safety Glasses                                                            • Magnifying Eyeglass

• Carbon Electrodes                                                    • Spare 2 A Fuse

• Argon Hose                                                                   • Power Cord Footswitch for Greater Ease of Use

Main Specifications

Dimension                                 : 220 (W) x 100 (H) x 270 (D) mm

Weight                                         : 3.6 kg / 7.94lbs

Weld Wire Diameter              : 0.08mm / 0.003&rdquo to1.1mm / 0.043&rdquo

Duty Cycle                                 : 5-10 welds per minute

Input                                             : 90-260 VAC / 50-60 Hz

Energy Output                         : 0 to 60 joules

Power Consumption             : Max 120 VA dropping to 10 VA during