Philadelphia Industrial

Thermometers with Separable Sockets Cast Bronze          V-Shape Case with Glass Front

Available Temperature Ranges

-40° F to 110° F 2° Division
0° F to 100° F 1° Division
0° F to 160° F 2° Division
20° F to 180° F 2° Division
30° F to 240° F 2° Division
30° F to 300° F 2° Division
50° F to 400° F 5° Division
170° F to 270° F 1° Division

Dual F° and C° scale available, custom temperatures ranges also available.
Socket No.
Stem Length Incl. Thread
Extension Neck
7" Scale Case
9" Scale Case
12" Scale Case
         
700
3½"
242-A
272-A
302-A
701
6"
242-B
272-B
302-B
702
3½"
2 ½"
242-C
272-C
302-C
703
8"
242-D
272-D
302-D
704
5½"
2 ½"
242-E
272-E
302-E
705
10"
242-F
272-F
302-F
706
5½"
4 ½"
242-G
272-G
302-G

700
3½"
252-A
282-A
312-A
701
6"
252-B
282-B
312-B
702
3½"
2 ½"
252-C
282-C
312-C
703
8"
252-D
282-D
312-D
704
5½"
2 ½"
252-E
282-E
312-E
705
10"
252-F
282-F
312-F
706
5½"
4 ½"
252-G
282-G
312-G

700
3½"
262-A-L
292-A-L
322-A-L
701
6"
262-B-L
292-B-L
322-B-L
702
3½"
2 ½"
262-C-L
292-C-L
322-C-L
703
8"
262-D-L
292-D-L
322-D-L
704
5½"
2 ½"
262-E-L
292-E-L
322-E-L
705
10"
262-F-L
292-F-L
322-F-L
706
5½"
4 ½"
262-G-L
292-G-L
322-G-L

700
3½"
262-A-R
292-A-R
322-A-R
701
6"
262-B-R
292-B-R
322-B-R
702
3½"
2 ½"
262-C-R
292-C-R
322-C-R
703
8"
262-D-R
292-D-R
322-D-R
704
5½"
2 ½"
262-E-R
292-E-R
322-E-R
705
10"
262-F-R
292-F-R
322-F-R
706
5½"
4 ½"
262-G-R
292-G-R
322-G-R

700
3½"
255-A
285-A
315-A
701
6"
255-B
285-B
315-B
702
3½"
2 ½"
255-C
285-C
315-C
703
8"
255-D
285-D
315-D
704
5½"
2 ½"
255-E
285-E
315-E
705
10"
255-F
285-F
315-F
706
5½"
4 ½"
255-G
285-G
315-G

700
3½"
256-A
286-A
316-A
701
6"
256-B
286-B
316-B
702
3½"
2 ½"
256-C
286-C
316-C
703
8"
256-D
286-D
316-D
704
5½"
2 ½"
256-E
286-E
316-E
705
10"
256-F
286-F
316-F
706
5½"
4 ½"
256-G
286-G
316-G

Did you know?
KELVIN, Lord (1824-1907). William Thomson, who became Lord Kelvin of Largs (Scotland) in 1892, was one of Great Britain's foremost scientists and inventors. He published more than 650 scientific papers and patented some 70 inventions. He is known for developing a temperature scale in which -273.15C (-459.67F) is absolute zero. The scale is known as the absolute, or Kelvin, temperature scale.
 

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