temati

+44 (0) 1869 331108

Advanced Cryogenic temperature sensors & thermometry

for research, manufacturing & industry

Welcome to temati

Formed in 1989, temati are specialists in cryogenic thermometry and world wide distributors of CCS carbon ceramic cryogenic temperature sensors.

Cryogenic cluster

British Cryogenics Council

Cryogenic society of America

To discuss any aspect of our products or services please call on +44 (0) 1869 331108 of click here for other ways to contact us.

The world's most sensitive radio receiver  used by the ESO ALMA project . (Photo credit - ESO)

Carbon Ceramic Sensors:

  • are produced from the latest generation of optimised tvo resistors
  • have excellent long term stability and repeatability of cryogenic temperature measurement
  • robust construction provides superior performance under the harshest of conditions
  • are relatively insensitive to radiation, mechanical forces, vibration and magnetic fields
  • are extremely thermally responsive with very low self heating
  • offer an unparalleled cost / performance ratio

Available calibrated and uncalibrated for measurements from 1.5 to 375k

Please Click Here for your FREE CCS Temperature Sensor sample

Carbon Ceramic cryogenic thermometers are used in applications around the globe;
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Cryogenic hotspot – industry and academia deliver cool results . Please click here to read more in the CERN newsletter.

We've attached a paper which some colleagues at CERN presented at MT23 in July 2013. The CERN scientists ground-breaking work requires very dynamic thermometry to operate efficiently in the harshest conditions. Their test programme has demonstrated that CCS sensors mounted on kapton thermalisation pads are providing them with thermally responsive (within 5ms - a bee’s wing flap!) accurate temperature measurements which they know will be stable throughout the considerable lifetime of their research programmes. To download the paper please click here.

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