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Gareth Mc Dowell
Gareth Mc Dowell
06:44 Feb-25-1999
High Temperature Transducer??

I'm looking for a HT Ultrasonic Transducer.
I need the COMPLETE transducer to operate at
an elevated temperature of 350 C(660F).

Can anybody direct me to someone who could make them?

Thanks


    
 
 
Greg Judy
Greg Judy
06:48 Mar-10-1999
Re: High Temperature Transducer??
: I'm looking for a HT Ultrasonic Transducer.
: I need the COMPLETE transducer to operate at
: an elevated temperature of 350 C(660F).

: Can anybody direct me to someone who could make them?

: Thanks

Staveley Sensors, 860-291-2530 (Chris Vargo) has a complete line of Ultrasonic Transducers including high temperature.


    
 
 
liyou work
liyou work
01:29 Dec-16-2006
Re: High Temperature Transducer??
: i am looking for temperature transducer.

:i need a complete transducer and how it operates.

: Thanks




    
 
 

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