Peak Sensors works closely with many companies involved in the petrochemical, oil and gas industries. We supply temperature sensors directly to chemical manufacturers and also to plant suppliers and service providers. We supply temperature sensors using existing drawings and specifications and also work with chemical manufacturers to develop new temperature sensors for new technologies and catalyst systems. These custom projects have given us significant manufacturing advantage over other sensor manufacturers.
Process Control Temperature Measurement
We supply all types of thermocouples, resistance thermometers and related equipment to the chemical, oil and gas industry .
The petrochemical industry is very broad in its requirements for temperature control. Some of the more popular temperature sensors we manufacture include:
CO Reactor Thermocouples
CO reactor thermocouples are often called POX probes. They are used in chemical plants manufacturing various gases such a carbon monoxide and syngas. We have been manufacturing CO reactor thermocouples for many years. Details specifications can be found here.
Multipoint Thermocouples for Catalyst Tank Profiling.
A multipoint temperature sensor can also consist of many different sensors fixed to a single flange for a single point of entry into a process. We have supplied multipoint thermocouple sensors with up to 60 individual sensors passing through a single flange. This has been done with a double pressure sealing arrangement. The multipoint thermocouple was used in a Vinyl Acetate Monomer (VAM) reaction vessel. View more details.
We’ve made temperature sensors for the chemical, oil and gas industries for over 20 years and today we are considered the best choice for custom built temperature sensors in the UK. We continue to apply our expertise and invest in the latest technology to provide our customers with the highest quality temperature sensors available.
Contact us with your requirements if you have an existing sensor design or are unsure what you need we’ll be able to find you get the right sensor for your process.