High Temperature Thermocouples

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High Temperature Thermocouples are defined as thermocouples which typically operate at temperatures above the upper temperature limits of conventional base metal thermocouples: 2100°F and greater.

Temperature is the most important factor in the selection of thermocouple materials for high temperature sensing. At such elevated temperatures, the type of atmosphere is another critical  factor in the selection of thermocouple materials for specific high temperature sensing applications.