The Hot Disk sensor, at its core, is an insulated nickel double spiral, which is utilized for both transient heating and precise temperature reading. The insulation material makes the sensor mechanically stable and durable, and the use of nickel metal in the spiral makes the thermal conductivity measurements accurate.

Kapton Sensors

The Kapton-insulated sensors are the most versatile in the Hot Disk sensor portfolio.

Teflon Sensors

Teflon-insulated sensors are designed for use in extreme conditions, such as acidic or corroding environments, or with sticky and reactivate samples.

Mica Sensors

The mica-insulated sensors are designed for measurements at elevated temperatures, typically above 300 °C to a current maximum of 800 °C.

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