Entec designs and manufactures an extensive range of temperature sensors for all types of applications where temperature measurement is required. This design and manufacture service is fairly rare in this modern age; if you have an unusual or exotic temperature measurement requirement, there’s a good chance we can help you out.
What type of sensors can you make?
Entec’s main products are RTD’s (Resistance Temperature Detector) and Thermocouples. Our RTD’s and Thermocouples come in all shapes, sizes and temperature ranges.
Our RTD range includes duplex, sanitary, PT100, PT1000 and high-temperature sensors.
Our Thermocouple range are mineral insulated and include Type J, K, T, E, R, S and B.
One of the points of difference about Entec’s range of temperature sensors is their ability for quick response; this can be crucial in some manufacturing processes to improve product quality and reduce waste.
Where might I need temperature sensors?
Temperature measurement is one of the most common forms of process measurement in industry. Our customers are all across New Zealand and include the following industrial sectors…
- Food and beverage manufacturing
- Dairy processing and manufacture
- Chemical manufacture
- Oil and gas processing, from upstream to downstream
- Petrochemical and refining
- Heating, ventilating and air conditioning (HVAC)
- Pharmaceutical manufacture
In addition, Entec also provides bespoke temperature sensors to a number of original equipment manufacturers which incorporate our sensors into their finished products.
What is different about Entec’s temperature sensors?
Temperature sensors are made by the millions around the world each year, in most instances they are a commodity product.
Entec’s point of difference is the specialist knowledge we bring to the design and manufacture of our temperature sensors. We have a huge library of standard designs but can also design a new sensor to unique requirements. We work with different materials to suit the particular application. Depending on the medium which is being measured, the type of process, or the dimensions and installation details, we can come up with a high-quality temperature sensing solution for your needs.
How to enquire about Entec temperature sensors…
We are sole NZ distributors for Camille Bauer products, including their…
- Angular Positioners
- Power Monitoring equipment
- Instrument Convertors
Camille Bauer has many years of experience in the development of instruments that operate precisely in arduous conditions. The safety and quality of their instruments has been well documented by external accredited test laboratories, as well as independent international certification bodies.
How to enquire about Camille Bauer products…
Williamson is a leading manufacturer of high-temperature pyrometers used for the accurate and reliable measurement of a process media. Williamson is a family-owned business based in Concord, Massachusetts, and has a history of more than 65 years specialising in temperature measurement.
What is special about Williamson pyrometers?
Williamson pyrometers use infrared technology to measure the temperature of the target item or substance. Infrared provides many advantages over other forms of temperature sensor such as thermocouples and RTD’s, such as…
- The measurement is carried out without contact; this overcomes challenges such as moving or inaccessible product, and hostile or hazardous environments
- Ability to read higher temperatures
- High response times
The Williamson point of difference is their emphasis on wavelength; their experience allows them to select the most applicable wavelength for each and every type of measurement application.
Where are Williamson pyrometers required?
Williamson pyrometers are suited to a number of industrial applications including…
- Steel mills
- Aluminium smelters and extrusion plants
- Petrochemical – flares, pilot monitoring and sulphur recovery
- Glass manufacturing plants
How to enquire about Williamson pyrometers…
Whether it’s the throttle valve on a power plant, crane booms under heavy loads, or a spillway gate on a dam; almost anywhere in heavy industry, angular position is critical to the process. Measurement of this position must be accurate and precise, in order that the controlling system can take the correct type of action.
Angular Position Transmitters acquire the angular position of a shaft and convert the mechanical movement into a proportionate DC signal.
Inclination Transmitters convert the tilt angle into a DC signal, proportional to the angle.
How to enquire about Angular Positioners…