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THE PREMIER MANUFACTURER OF RTD TEMPERATURE SENSORS, THERMOCOUPLES & THERMOWELLS IN NORTH AMERICA
Pyromation, Inc. Pyromation, Inc.

Pyromation began operations in 1962 and is one of the leading manufacturers of thermocouples, RTDs, PT100s and thermowells in North America. As an ISO 9001-registered company, Advanced Manufacturing Firm and Lean enterprise with an onsite NVLAP-Accredited Metrology Laboratory (Lab Code 200502-0), the Fort Wayne, IN-based operation's team members are invested in providing the best solution for each customer's application. Pyromation produces a variety of temperature sensors and assemblies in both standard and custom designs, which can be found on equipment and in process applications in the chemical, petrochemical, power generation, food & beverage, dairy, plastics, heat-treating, oil & gas, pharmaceutical, aerospace, biomass, metal processing, rubber, mining, HVAC, water & wastewater, incineration and many other industries in North America and around the world.

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An Overview of RTD Lead Wire Compensation (Temperature Sensing) RTDs are resistive devices, so lead wire resistance directly affects its accuracy.The error can be quite large, depending on the lead wire resistance (measured in ohms / foot).For example, an... (View Full Article)
An Overview of Temperature Sensor Transmitters (Temperature Sensing) Analog (4 - 20 mA) transmitters provide a number of benefits for use in industrial sensing.The nature of current (versus voltage) loops is to maintain the proper current, even if there is significant... (View Full Article)