Mod Tronic Instruments can supply a broad variety of sensors and instruments for the protection of rotating machinery. We have a large stock of bearing temperature sensors including thousands of RTDs and thermocouples. In addition, we supply a range of temperature monitors and alarms. Our solutions are used to provide both over-temperature and under-temperature protection and give critical feedback for a variety of expensive machinery. For instance, they can offer bearing protection for engines, pumps, generators, turbines, electric motors, compressors, and more. These products are supplied by leading manufacturers such as Minco.
Bearing temperature monitors
To monitor bearing temperatures, the first step is selecting the right sensors. We can offer a variety of RTD and thermocouple bearing probes, sensor assemblies, and accessories. Our sensors include tip-sensitive models that have a stainless steel or fiberglass sheath with a fast-responding copper tip. These RTDs and thermocouple probes are rated for temperatures from -50 to 260 degrees C (-58 to 500 degrees F). Also available are bayonet mount probes, adjustable spring-loaded fittings, and connection heads. Probes are available in diameters including 0.188 inch, 0.215 inch, and 0.250 inch.
To monitor the readings from theses sensors, we offer a range of temperature monitors. One example is the Minco CT224 12-channel temperature monitor. This monitor can accept up to 12 inputs from a mix of RTDs, thermocouples, and other 4 to 20 mA signals. The CT224 features a Windows-compatible software utility for configuration and data logging.
Mod-Tronic Instruments is known for supplying high quality products at competitive prices. We have been in business since 1972, and our product offering includes a broad selection of sensors, controls, instrumentation, and heaters. We supply proven brands from renowned manufacturers such as Minco, Exergen, Dwyer instruments, and Camille Bauer.
With our extensive selection of products, we regularly serve customers in many diverse industries. Some of the industries we often work with include building automation, aerospace, military, oil and gas, and medical.