New transmitter MUFG in field housing
The promesstec measuring transducer MUFG for resistance thermometers was developed to ensure optimal and problem-free monitoring and evaluation of the temperature ranges in all industrial processes. The MUFG is now available with the newly developed, high-resolution OLED display, but also with the configurable KMU head transmitter. Installed in a robust plastic field housing, the transmitter can be used in temperature ranges from -40 °C to +85 °C without any problems, depending on the version. The built-in display shows the measured value and the status of the transmitter graphically, which means that errors and faults can be visually identified directly on site.
The new WTR 296 resistance thermometer is an ideal addition to the MUFG. The WTR 296 is designed as a pipe clamp sensor and can be ordered in various sleeve and cable variants. The bracket variants are available in brass, stainless steel or aluminium.continue
New room sensor WTR 190 with integrated OLED display
The new promesstec resistance thermometer WTR 190 is now available with an integrated high-resolution OLED display. The sensor is installed in a robust wall-mounted housing made of polyamide and can therefore be used in areas with extreme temperatures, such as blast freezers or deep-freeze stores, but also in industry with aggressive environmental conditions. Simultaneous recording and evaluation of the temperature is optimally guaranteed by the display, of course in proven "made in Germany" promesstec quality.continue
We are looking for reinforcements
With our new banner advertisement on the sports field SV Suddendorf/ Samern e. V in Schüttorf, we are now increasingly looking for new colleagues from the region. Further information and job vacancies can be found at::continue
The new adventure of the Pistenkuh
The journey to Karelia is not long ago and the two off-road experts Burkhard and Sabine Koch have been travelling in Siberia since May. A long stretch along the Trans-Siberian Railway towards Mongolia and Pamir Mountains lies ahead of them. An excellent opportunity for us to carry out even tougher tests on the sensors with which the "Pistenkuh" is equipped. Since 2007, promesstec works together with the two globetrotters and equips the vehicles for extreme expeditions. Our sensors on board of the "Pistenkuh" have already accompanied the tours through Africa, Australia and of course Europe without a single failure of the sensors. Rough sandstorms in Africa, high temperatures in Australia, mud pits in Russia the technology from promesstec has withstood very well. The request to check the technology for the upcoming long journey was answered by the two as follows:
"... it's not necessary. It works 100%. It's also from promesstec... "
We are happy and wish you a good journey! Promesstec make it robust.continue to homepage
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