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Non-Contact Thermometer Extends Maintenance Reach

Timken has introduced a line of non-contact infrared thermometers that allow users to safely measure the temperature of equipment operating in hard-to-access or dangerous areas. Capable of reading tem...


November 1, 2008
By MRO Magazine

Timken has introduced a line of non-contact infrared thermometers that allow users to safely measure the temperature of equipment operating in hard-to-access or dangerous areas. Capable of reading temperatures ranging from minus 76F to plus 1,600F, these handheld devices use infrared technology to determine an object’s surface temperature and provide a clear reading on the backlit LCD display. They are particularly suited for equipment maintenance applications involving moving rollers, machinery and conveyor belts. Three models are available.

The Timken Company

Reader Service Card No. 321

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