Acid proof resistance sensor


Acid proof temperature sensor for hygienic installation is designed for the food industry.
EPIC® SENSORS products can be customized according to your needs!


  • temperature range -200...+550 °C
  • shaped for hygienic installations
  • neck pipe for heat source clearance
  • all parts made of acid proof steel
  • Pt100 as sensing element
  • Pt100 accuracy class A as standard delivery
  • mounting by weldable ball flange or with tri-clamp fitting
  • thermowell material according to the application
  • MI cable structured inner element
  • inner element replaceable on the fly
  • vibration proof
  • tailored solutions according to customer specific needs.

Typical applications

  • food industry
  • pharmaceutical industry
  • chemical industry
  • process industry
  • energy and power plant technology
  • machinery and vessel construction
  • manufacturing industry.

Check out all our temperature sensors!


Dimensions, datasheet 13

Technical data

Technical data, datasheet 13
Code key, datasheet 13


Pt100 wire colors
Pt100 wire colors

Installation example

Installation, data sheet 13
Installation example of the welded version S.

Connection heads

Version D/H with a quick release clip and blue epoxy lack finish is our standard, but for certain applications other types are better suited.

Connection heads are also available as accessories or spare parts, please see more on page Connection heads »


Update 25.3.2020

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