Williamson is dedicated to providing unique and creative solutions for Industrial Heat Processing applications. We offer a comprehensive line of industrial temperature sensors, as well as several innovative technologies for applications considered difficult to measure.
Some significant sensor features include a patented single-wavelength Auto Null Design, a high-performance Dual-Wavelength Design, a patented Multi-Wavelength Design, and a variety of flexible Fiber Optic Systems. Combining these unique capabilities with our extensive heat processing application experience, Williamson can provide superior performance for both traditional and difficult to measure applications.
Greater accuracy, repeatability & reliability for temperature measurement & control
Williamson’s noncontact temperature sensors measure the amount of infrared energy emitted from an object’s surface and convert that signal into a temperature value. While many factors affect the measurement accuracy, an important consideration is the selection of the sensor design that most effectively compensates for the emissivity characteristics of the measured surface.
Emissivity is a technical term used to quantify the amount of energy emitted from a surface relative to its theoretical maximum for a given temperature. In general, most materials and applications exhibit a high and constant emissivity that reflects “near blackbody” conditions. For these applications, a single-wavelength sensor is recommended. However, for most metal applications where the surface emissivity is lower and can vary, the dual- and multi-wavelength sensors are recommended.
The table below highlights Williamson’s unique capabilities to effectively compensate for emissivity and to outperform all others, particularly when measuring ferrous and nonferrous metals.
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