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News ID: 426
Iran » Iran
Publish Date: 11:16 - 10 March 2013
TEHRAN, YJC. Researchers at a science-based company have developed a thermometer that uses infrared light, eliminating the need for contact with the object being observed.

Mohammad Ebrahim Sagherzchi, CEO of the company provided comments on the device as using optical, opto-electrical, and electrical systems and added "In many cases in metallurgical processes it is impossible or highly risky to determine temperature by contact, while this system makes possible taking temperature from afar and with no contact involved.”

He added that the device is suitable, precise tool for taking temperature without contact and that it is used for the fusion and casting of deferent metals and alloys such as cast iron, steel, glasswork, cement, ceramics, as well as in educational and research centers and universities.

Saghezchi asserted that the product is completely domestic.

He added that measurement distance with this device is flexible and the measurement error factor has been eliminated.

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