PTFE Temperature Probes

Our isostatic molding techniques can produce complex shapes, which are often not capable of being made by other means. We manufacture customer specific temperature probes, which are of the highest quality and reliability.

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PTFE is an excellent material to use in the construction of temperature probes.

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PTFE material has an extremely high intrinsic purity: this is due to the use of a free radical initiation process without the need for additives such as plasticisers, extenders or stabilizers. The resultant material is used in the semiconductor, pharmaceutical, chemical, combinatorial chemistry, flow/level metering and biomedical industry for the purity value PTFE provides.

FlareTek Style Probes

Mastco offers a full line of FlareTek Style Probes in 1/2″, 3/4″ and 1″ sizes. Using this type probe and one of the numerous fittings on the market is the best means to measure temperature in fluid paths. All sensor type are offered. Call or Email Mastco to discuss the best options for your specific application.

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Mastco has manufactured and supplied a wide range of PTFE temperature probes for use in:

  • Semiconductor Industry
  • Process Industry
  • Food Processing
  • Biotechnology
  • Combinatorial Chemistry
  • Chemical Storage
  • Tissue Storage
  • Cryogenic Storage
  • Batteries
  • Plating
  • Instrumentation
  • Clean Rooms

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PTFE Temperature Probes Withstand Harsh Environments

Mastco’s temperature probes are chemically inert, provide excellent electrical insulation, and are seamless to prevent passage of moisture without compromising reliability or precision. Our bonding method of fusing the PTFE/TFM™ body and PTFE or PFA oversheath (cable) insures the sensor will not be damaged or destroyed from moisture, harsh chemicals, or even liquid nitrogen.

The probe and cable have the identical chemical resistance at temperatures from -200° C to 260° C (-328°F to 500°F). Platinum RTDs, thermistors, IC chips, or thermocouples allow integration with a wide range of monitoring equipment for optimum accuracy in numerous applications.