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Measure process temperatures without a thermowell

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Emerson Process Management

Emerson Process Management

The Rosemount X-well Technology (photo) is a surface-sensing temperature-measurement solution that eliminates the need for thermowell process penetration when measuring process temperatures in pipe applications. This device provides an accurate and repeatable internal process temperature measurement, while eliminating possible leak points and simplifying specification, installation and maintenance. Rosemount X-well Technology is available in the Rosemount 648 Wireless Temperature Transmitter and Rosemount 0085 Pipe Clamp Sensor Assembly. These components work together to calculate process temperature via the transmitter’s thermal conductivity algorithm. — Emerson Process Management, Austin, Tex.

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