Gas Actuated Thermometers
Temperature of a body is defined by the thermic expansion
Gas Actuated Thermometers work on pressure or volume change of a gas. That means the temperature of a body is defined by the thermic expansion (the measurement of length or volume change).
The filling compound is located in a vessel. The temperature change causes a system pressure increase or drop that can be read off the scale by using a bourdon tube pressure system.
BITHERMA Gas Actuated Thermometers are offered in various versions and with many connectivities.
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