Infrared Thermometer measures welding preheat temperatures.
September 7, 2007 -
Providing non-contact measurement, TEMPIL IRT-16 offers optimal accuracy through reflected heat emissions. Welder holds gun, presses trigger, aims gun at target metal, and temperature immediately appears in °C or °F on backlit LCD. Electronic infrared thermometer is available with holster and NIST certification.
Tempil° Introduces Electronic Infrared Temperature Indicating Thermometer
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2901 Hamilton Blvd.
South Plainfield, NJ, 07080
Press release date: September 6, 2007
Tempilē, an Illinois Tool Works Company has introduced an infrared gun for non-contact measurement of welding preheat temperatures.
The TEMPIL IRT-16 infrared thermometer measures temperature with a high degree of accuracy through reflected heat emissions. The welder user simply holds the gun, presses the trigger and aims the gun at the target metal. The temperature immediately appears in ēC or ēF on the backlit LCD.
The Tempil infrared thermometer is available from its distribution netrwork, with a handy holster at no additional charge. NIST certification is also available.
For more information, contact Sherea Lizaso, firstname.lastname@example.org. Telephone: 800-757-8301. Ext. 252. Web: www.tempil.com.