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Old 06-15-2017, 01:34 PM
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Type S Thermocouple

It is time to start going through all the extra backup parts that I've accumulated over the years. I have two Type S thermocouples for sale. Both were back to Pyromation for testing and calibration this spring. They are in like new condition. One has a "corrosive environment" protective sleeve attached to the head. The other has a mullite shield that I used as is in ovens, or slid it into the protective tube in my furnace crown. When bringing a new furnace up to temp I placed two additional probes in various spots to monitor the evenness of the temperature within the chamber. I also used them in my ovens to test the same thing as well. Feel free to ask any questions. Both are 12" long. $300 for either one.

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Old 06-15-2017, 04:15 PM
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That's a very nice price for those Pat. I have a number of both Type S and R which I have had in service since 1976 and they are all fine. Just replace the mullite protection tube on a regular basis and they simply will last forever.
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Mullite Tube

Does anyone know the size of the Mullite tubes used in a Stadelman 300#- getting ready for a rebuild and apparently this one has never been changed in 11 years. Feeling lucky!

Would rather get it in stock before I turn down
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Old 07-30-2017, 03:19 PM
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Would rather get it in stock before I turn down
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And unstuck before turn down. That is if you want to remove it in one piece.

You can always unscrew the weather head pull the tc wire and use a unisulated wire to measure length. The diameter should be easy to measure from the outside. I've found it's cheap enough to replace the whole weather head then trying to mortar a new protection tube into a old weather head.
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Old 07-30-2017, 07:18 PM
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Does anyone know the size of the Mullite tubes used in a Stadelman 300#- getting ready for a rebuild and apparently this one has never been changed in 11 years. Feeling lucky!

Would rather get it in stock before I turn down
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Your tube came from Grant / Edgell which is in either Seattle or Portland.
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Old 07-31-2017, 12:14 PM
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Thank you!
Both are sold.
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