Pyrometer Optris CT G5 for Temperature Measurement of Glass
Due to its special spectral range of 5.0 µm, the pyrometer Optris CT G5 is perfectly suited for the measurement of glass temperatures, e.g. during container glass production, vehicle glass production or solar cell production.
The IR thermometer’s stainless steel measuring head is extremely small and can be employed in ambient temperatures of up to 85 °C without additional cooling. A multi-installation of the pyrometers, e.g. in series as a line scanner, is therefore cost-efficient and can be performed even in limited spaces.
What’s In The Box
- Pyrometer CT G5
- Mounting nut
- Electronic box with LCD display
- Programming keys
Areas of Application
The compact glass thermometer covers a measuring wavelength suited for temperature measurements of glass. One important area of use for the infrared measuring device is surveillance of the sterilisation of glass bottles requiring sterility for pharmaceutical products.
Other areas of application for the pyrometer are flat-glass lines, container glass machines, lightbulb production and vehicle glass production. Additionally, the measuring device can be perfectly used for temperature control during the production of solar cells.
Additional Information About the Pyrometer CT G5
What is a Pyrometer?
A pyrometer is a device used to measure high temperatures without direct contact. It works by detecting and measuring the amount of infrared radiation emitted by an object. The higher the temperature, the more infrared radiation is emitted. Pyrometers are commonly used in industrial settings to monitor and control temperatures in furnaces, kilns, and other high-temperature processes, ensuring they operate safely and efficiently.