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Thermowell for Bimetal: 4.00 in Stem Lg, Carbon Steel, 2.50 in Immersion Dp, 0.50 in Shank Dia, 0.75 in Wrench Allowance

Item # 149R722

$33.86 Each
Material: Carbon Steel
RoHS Compliant: No

Product Specs

Stem Length: 4.0 in
Insertion Length: 2.5 in
Shank Diameter: 0.5 in
Wrench Allowance: 0.75 in
Material: Carbon Steel
Thread Size at Thermometer: 1/2 NPSM
Thread Size at Thermowell: 3/4 in NPT
RoHS Compliant: No
Application: Chill Water Lines; Pipes; HVAC; Hot Water Lines
Bore Diameter: 0.26 in
Features: Allow Thermometers to be Removed Without Shutting Down or Draining the System; Protect Sensors from Exposure to Process Media; Dial Connection
Item Name: Bimetal Thermowell
Overall Length: 4.25 in
Overall Width: 1.12 in
Pack Qty: 1
Pack Unit: EA
Socket Length: 4.5 in
Specifications Met: ASME B40.9

Compliance and Restrictions

Country Of Origin

  • China
  • This product is not intended for potable water applications (human consumption – drinking and cooking) and has not been designed to be compliant with the “Safe Drinking Water Act” requirements for low lead in potable water applications. This item is for use only in non-potable (non-human consumption) water applications.
  • This item is restricted for conveying or dispensing water for potable use (human consumption).

About This Product

With a 4.00 in stem length, this Thermowell for Bimetal is constructed of carbon steel. It has a 2.50 in insertion length and a 0.50 in shank diameter. It has a 0.75 in wrench allowance and a 1/2 NPSM thread size at thermometer. It has a 3/4 in NPT thread size at thermowell. Sold individually.

About Thermowells

Protect temperature probes from damage in industrial applications by isolating them from the system with these thermowells. Install these sleeve-like fittings in containers such as pipes, tanks, and sumps to hold a temperature probe while detecting the temperature of the container's contents. Thermowells protect the probe from corrosion, vibration, or pressure and allow you to change temperature sensors without interrupting or draining the system.

Use bimetal thermowells with bimetal thermometers to ensure consistent results and to protect the thermometers from damage due to vibration, pressure, and corrosive material.