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Rugged temperature sensor for food and pharmaceuticals

23 October 2012

Sick has extended its industrial instrumentation offering with a range of five temperature sensors.

The new rugged temperature transmitters are designed to measure and monitor liquids and gases and are available in a range that comprises basic temperature switches, through to hygienic-grade thermometers designed for controlled environments such as the food and beverage and pharmaceutical industries.

Explaining the rationale behind the extension of its instrument range, Darren Pratt, Sick's Industrial Instrument product specialist, said: "More plant engineers are realising the benefits of rationalising their sensing and detection needs into fewer suppliers. Our aim is to support the industry with a true one-source sensing offering from initial process and automated manufacture to packaging and despatch."

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