iron-Constantan

iron-Constantan

[′ī·ərn kän′stant·ən]
(metallurgy)
Dual-metal combination for thermocouple junctions, used for temperature measurement in oxidizing or reducing atmospheres.
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The exhaust gas temperature (EGT) is measured with thermocouple made of iron and iron-constantan.
The junctions of Iron-Constantan thermocouples are fixed inside a small diameter copper tube.
Calibrations include Chromel-Constantan, Iron-Constantan, Chromel-Alumel, and Copper-Constantan.