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Thermo-Electric Blunt Tips
Thermo-Electric Blunt Tips
Thermo-Electric Blunt Tips
Thermo-Electric Blunt Tips
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Thermo-Electric Blunt Tips

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Blunt-shaped replacement tips for The Prospector: Thermo-Electric Alloy Sorter (TE-3000-HD) hot probe. For perpendicular contact with test metal. Pack of 5 pieces. Part No. TE-3000-TB Pack of 5 pieces Installation Pliers Not Included One comes standard with The Prospector: Thermo-Electric Alloy Sorter (TE-3000-HD). Wha

Blunt-shaped replacement tips for The Prospector: Thermo-Electric Alloy Sorter (TE-3000-HD) hot probe. For perpendicular contact with test metal. Pack of 5 pieces.

  • Part No. TE-3000-TB
  • Pack of 5 pieces
  • Installation Pliers Not Included

One comes standard with The Prospector: Thermo-Electric Alloy Sorter (TE-3000-HD).

What would you suggest, is the regular replacement rate for the probe tips? Is it number of cycles/parts tested, or are their additional factors that contribute to tip life? Because of many variables, it would be difficult to predict the lifespan of these electro-mechanical-thermal parts.  The heated, threaded tips should be changed when they appear misshaped or a dramatic change in readings.   Most often, if readings shift unexpectedly, the threaded tips need to be tightened or replaced.

What would govern the type of tip shape that would be preferable for a specific operation? So when would a spherical tip be used in place of a flat or round tip?  The best tip choice is based on the geometry or shape of the test metal part and the angle of the heated test probe. If the hot probe is perpendicular to the test metal the Blunt Tip is the best choice.  The Conical Tip would get bent or damaged because from many repetitive taps.   The Spherical Tip is mostly used if angles of contact vary.