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Bindicator: Ceramic Probe

October 29, 2002
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Bindicator is enhancing the selection of radio frequency sensing probes for its RF series point level sensors with the ceramic probe, designed for applications where temperatures exceed 450F (232C). Made out of 304SS and ceramic, this probe is mounted remote from the electronics, providing maximum protection from the heat. Available for higher temperature applications is a heavy-duty probe with a larger diameter active section, which accepts various extensions and attachments for special applications.

For more information, call (800) 778-9242, e-mail sales@bindicator.com or visit http://www.bindicator.com .

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