Iron & Steel

The surface condition of iron and steel can vary during the process, even when viewed at the same location. Along with the reflective metal surface, this has traditionally made it difficult to measure the temperature, but now Calex has a range of short-wavelength sensors designed for the job. Sensors of approximately 2 micron spectral response and […]


To measure the temperature of glass in industrial manufacturing processes, an infrared temperature sensor should be chosen depending on the type of process, the thickness of the glass, the desired depth of measurement and the temperature range. For example, a 5-micron PyroCube G Series sensor could be used to measure just below the surface of […]


Paper and manufactured board are easy materials to measure with any of our general-purpose infrared temperature sensors. They are generally non-reflective, so excellent results can usually be achieved straight out of the box with default settings. Choose a sensor with an output type that suits any existing instrumentation, or install a new temperature monitoring system from […]


Temperature monitoring and control is critical when manufacturing, storing and laying bituminous materials. The temperature of asphalt and tarmac must be correctly maintained in production and storage, and monitored when roads are being laid so that a strong, well-compacted surface is achieved. It is easy to achieve good readings from bituminous materials with a simple, […]


In the painting of new car bodies and many other products, long term durability and consumer appeal are dependent upon the quality of the coating application processes. This quality, determined by adhesion, hardness, corrosion resistance, finish and colour, depends largely upon curing temperature cycles. Calex’s non-contact infrared temperature sensors are capable of giving the user […]


Spot overheating busbar joints, and plan preventative maintenance, by installing a temperature monitoring system with Calex non-contact sensors. The temperature of the connections between conductors in switchgear cabinets can rise as their condition deteriorates, and if this allowed to escalate, this can become hazardous. With proper temperature monitoring, this risk can be reduced and preventative […]

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