Mensor Dry Block, Dry Well Temperature Calibrators
Mensor is the US source for Wika's Dry Well or Dry Block series CTD9100 portable temperature calibrators. The CTD9100 series includes low temperature calibrators from -67 Deg F to a high temperature range of 2012 Deg F. These calibrators can be used to calibrate thermometers, RTDs, thermocouples and temperature gauges and infrared devices.
The CTM9100-150 is a Multifunction Temperature Calibrator that can test nearly all thermometer types using a number of different inserts and the ability to function as a stirred liquid bath.
The CTD9100-375 is an extremely portable compact dry block calibrator that only weighs under 4 lbs.
Nowadays, fast and simple testing of thermometers is
a "must" when it comes to the operational reliability of
machines and plants.
The portable calibrators of the CTD9100 family are particularly
suited to local calibration tasks. They are extremely user-friendly.
Due to their compact design and their low weight, the
instruments are portable and can be taken and used almost anywhere.
The new instrument concept brings together a stable heat
source with precision Pt100 temperature measurement. This
enables industrial temperature sensors to be calibrated even
Regular monitoring of temperature probes helps to recognize failures promptly and shorten downtimes.
The temperature dry well calibrators of the CTD9100 series work with
temperature-controlled metal blocks and interchangeable inserts.
The calibration temperature, adjusted simply using two buttons on the
controller, can be very quickly controlled. The actual and set temperature of
the heating block can be
displayed simultaneously on a large 4-digit, high-contrast
LED display. Thus reading errors are virtually eliminated.
Thermometers with different diameters can be fitted into the
calibrator using inserts, drilled to suit.
A new block design, with improved temperature homogeneity at the calibrator's lower range, leads to smaller measurement uncertainties. The large insertion length of 150 mm considerably reduces heat dissipation errors.