Can a Thermocouple Go Bad?

When you rely on something to provide accurate readings, you don’t want to consider if it will eventually fail. Thermocouples play a key role for many business, but can they go bad over time? In short, yes.  


Four Upcoming 2018 Conferences and Trade Shows

Want to keep up with all the latest trends in the heat treating industry? 2018 offers several different conferences and trade shows that can help you and your team meet with industry experts from across the country and find new, exciting solutions for your business. Here are three notable events that you can attend in the first half of 2018.


What are Type J Thermocouples?

Thermocouples are designed to provide you with reliable, accurate temperature readings. However, you might not get the results you want if you don’t choose the right type of thermocouple for your application.

There are several different types of thermocouples that you can choose from, but there is no “one-type-fits-all” solution. Instead, it’s key to find out which type of thermocouple is best suited for your applications. Let’s start with one of the most common types of thermocouples available.


What is a Wire Braider and How Does It Help Me?

Over the years, GeoCorp has made investments in technology and equipment that allow us to manufacture quality thermocouples and other related products for our customers. There are many steps involved in manufacturing a wide variety of thermocouples, which can require different machines that provide a variety of benefits. One of the tools that can have a big impact on the quality of your thermocouple is a wire braider.


Why Extreme Heat Environments Call for High Temperature Thermocouple Wire

You wouldn’t want a veterinarian performing your heart surgery. Using people or products that aren’t meant for a certain job can be risky, causing future problems that can cost you and your business. That idea applies to high temperature thermocouples.

If your temperature sensors can’t stand the heat, you’ve got a problem. While some thermocouples are designed to measure a wide range of environments, not all designs are meant to handle excessive temperatures. For that, you’ll want a solution meant for use in extreme environments.