The depth of the burn injury is difficult to understand unless you measure it accurately. Burn injuries are caused when the heat is transferred from a hot surface to human tissue. The depth of a burn injury depends on the temperature of the material, specific heat capacity, thermal conductivity, and density. How to measure these characteristics? This can be easily done using a thermesthesiometer. It is a device designed to measure the depth of burn injuries. These devices simulate the temperature in response to a human finger. The device is created using an encapsulated material, which has similar thermal properties as tissue and skin. Therm-X provides Thermesthesiometer with or without calibration with an ISO 17025 certification. The probe of the device is built-in compliance with NBS TN-816.
Features of Thermesthesiometer Offered by Therm-x
Thermesthesiometers provided by us have gained immense popularity owing to their following beneficial features:
- The device is compact-sized, which enables immense flexibility and mobility in environments, where they may be needed often.
- A thermesthesiometer features heater and control fuses. The fine wire thermocouple enables efficient contact temperature measurement.
- This device is offered in a kit with a detachable probe with protection cap, temperature controller and controller cord, thermocouple extension cable for data logger, carrying case, and calibration certificate.
- The temperature controller provided in the kit helps control the probe body temperature.
- The probe is validated on a glass reference surface.
- Thermesthesiometer is available with serial and Ethernet communications.
Therm-x specializes in industrial electric thermal systems and process control systems. The company provides digitally-controlled thermal systems in custom specifications. Be it a thermesthesiometer or any other thermal solution, our experts will work with you to understand your requirements before serving you with the right product. A thermesthesiometer kit can be delivered in 10 business days from the day of acceptance of the order.