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Swagelok® Thermowells

Protect bimetal thermometers from damage that could result from contact with pressurized, corrosive, flowing, viscous, or abrasive process fluids with Swagelok thermowells.

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Swagelok thermowells enable removal of thermometers for replacement or service without affecting the process or system while also protecting the thermometers from damage that can be caused by process fluids. They can accommodate 2.5 through 12 in. (63.5 through 305 mm) thermometer stem lengths in reduced-, straight-, and tapered-shank configurations.

304 stainless steel construction is standard with 316 stainless steel available for when higher corrosion resistance is needed. Available options include lag extensions for use in insulated piping applications, protective stainless steel cap and chain, and a female G1/2B instrument connection.


Process Connections ASME B16.5 raised-face flange, 3-A-compliant sanitary Kwik-Clamp, threaded (NPT), weld socket
Instrument Connections 1/2 in. NPSM straight pipe thread for mechanical joints standard; G1/2B optional
Size 0.260 in. (6.6 mm) bore; 1/2 through 2 in. process connections

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