Measuring vibrations at up to 1000° Celsius

Published:  08 September, 2020

KISTLER says its new single axis accelerometer for vibration monitoring delivers reliable results at temperatures up to 700 °Celsius over the long term and up to 1000° for short periods of time. The company says the 8211A sensor is certified to ATEX and IECEX for use in explosion protection making it suitable not only for monitoring purposes, but also for use under extreme conditions in a wide variety of applications.

Measuring vibrations inside the combustion chambers of gas turbines, rocket or aircraft engines ambient temperatures are often in the high three-digit range. However, only a few sensors are able to withstand the extreme heat and temperature fluctuations and still deliver reliable measurement data. The new 8211A sensor from Kistler has been designed specifically for such conditions in order to measure vibrations in various extreme industrial environments.

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