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Precision Thermometers


High Precision Glass Thermometers(Stem Type)
Our precision mercury filled glass thermometers are manufactured with extreme care to detail. Accuracy of our range of precision glass thermometers meets and exceeds international standards.

These are available with the common features as follows:
Range Various in the range of -10 to 300 °C
Least Count/Graduation 0.2 °C, 0.1 °C, 0.05 °C or 0.01 °C
Total Length 305mm, 450mm, 600mm
Immersion Length Partial or Total


High Precision Glass Thermometers(Enclosed Scale Type)
We supply high precision glass thermometers sets with whole range of -30 to 300 Deg C in various least count like 0.1 °C, 0.05 °C ,0.02 °C or 0.01 °C in jewellery box packing . Suitable to be used in Laboratories or can be used to calibrate regular use lab thermometers . We can supply the whole set with Calibration certificate from NABL accredited calibration laboratory with very fine CMC.
Range Various in the range of -10 to 300 °C
Least Count/Graduation 0.1 °C, 0.05 °C or 0.01 °C
Total Length 305mm, 450mm, 600mm
Immersion Length Partial or Total


Beckmann thermometer
A Beckmann thermometer is a device used to measure small differences of temperature, but not absolute temperature values. It was invented by Ernst Otto Beckmann (1853 - 1923), a German chemist, for his measurements of colligative properties in 1905.[1] Today its use has largely been superseded by electronic thermometers.

A Beckmann thermometer's length is usually 40 - 50 cm. The temperature scale typically covers about 5 °C and it is divided into hundredths of a degree. With a magnifier it is possible to estimate temperature changes to 0.001 °C. The peculiarity of Beckmann's thermometer design is a reservoir (R on diagram) at the upper end of the tube, by means of which the quantity of mercury in the bulb can be increased or diminished so that the instrument can be set to measure temperature differences at either high or low temperature values. In contrast, the range of a typical mercury-in-glass thermometer is fixed, being set by the calibration marks etched on the glass or the marks on the printed scale.



Enclosed Scale Thermometers