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Parts by Number for Food Grade Stainless Top

Part # Distributor Manufacturer Product Category Description
RTD1-S04-03 Automationdirect.com Not Provided Sensors -z- Encoders / Temperature Sensors & Transmitters / RTD (PT100) Sensors / Probes (with Sanitary Connection) ProSense RTD probe, PT100, Class A, single element, 3-wire, 4 inch length, 3/8 inch outside diameter reduced to a 3/16 inch outside diameter by 1-1/4 inch long tip, 316 stainless steel sheath, 316 stainless steel 1-1/2 inch sanitary tri-clamp connection with a minimum 32 micro-inch Ra food grade...
RTD1-S04-04 Automationdirect.com Not Provided Sensors -z- Encoders / Temperature Sensors & Transmitters / RTD (PT100) Sensors / Probes (with Sanitary Connection) ProSense RTD probe, PT100, Class A, single element, 3-wire, 4 inch length, 3/8 inch outside diameter reduced to a 3/16 inch outside diameter by 1-1/4 inch long tip, 316 stainless steel sheath, 316 stainless steel 2 inch sanitary tri-clamp connection with a minimum 32 micro-inch Ra food grade...
RTD1-S04-01 Automationdirect.com Not Provided Sensors -z- Encoders / Temperature Sensors & Transmitters / RTD (PT100) Sensors / Probes (with Sanitary Connection) ProSense RTD probe, PT100, Class A, single element, 3-wire, 4 inch length, 1/4 inch outside diameter, 316 stainless steel sheath, 316 stainless steel 1-1/2 inch sanitary tri-clamp connection with a minimum 32 micro-inch Ra food grade surface finish, NEMA 4X rated white polypropylene (PP) screw...

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