GIC-AMB Ambient Heat Trace Sensors

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Maximum Exposure Temp, Power Off, 1200°F (648° C).

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Quick Install

Designed for faster installation to reduce your labor time.

About the Product

Heat-tracing temperature sensors are used to control the surface temperature of process pipe whose temperatures must be controlled to prevent freeze-up or maintain viscosity.

The Chromalox GIC-AMB sensor is used for measuring the ambient air temperature to prevent freeze-up of process piping that is carrying products whose temperature must be kept above freezing so that the inner medium will flow. The RTD sensor element is made up with a Copper sheath and can be installed directly to a controller or junction box using the 1/2” NPT conduit fitting. The 304 SS guard protects the probe against accidental damage.

GIC-AMB Ambient Heat Trace Sensor

+  RTD for Heat Trace Applications
+  -76°F (-60°C) to 400°F (204°C) Temperature Range
+  Copper Sheath probe protected by vented 304 SS guard
+  100 ohm RTD, ± .00385 ohms/°C
+  ±1°F (0.5°C) Accuracy at 32°F (0°C)
+  1/2”(12.7mm) NPT fitting
+  .5/8”L x 1/4” D Probe


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Chromalox heat trace solutions offer a safe, reliable and efficient way for freeze protection and process maintenance of pipes, valves, and tanks in the most extreme conditions.