Accurate Infrared Pyrometers for Industrial Applications
Williamson is a family-owned manufacturer of exceptionally accurate infrared pyrometers for industrial applications. Founded in 1951, Williamson has prided itself in making the most accurate temperature measurements in traditionally difficult to measure applications. Williamson is passionate about helping customers improve their processes through accurate and reliable temperature control. Through thoughtful pyrometer design and careful attention to wavelength selection, Williamson pyrometers can accurately view through common industrial interferences including steam, flames, combustion gases, water, plasma and oil.
This careful attention to wavelength selection allows Williamson pyrometers to make temperature measurements traditionally considered “impossible” possible. Our unique wavelength selection applies to all of our visual and fiber-optic lines of noncontact infrared temperature sensors. We specialize in short-wavelength single-wavelength pyrometers, dual-wavelength pyrometers, and multi-wavelength pyrometers.
Williamson infrared pyrometers are used in a number of different industries including:
- flame-fired processes
We understand that each customer’s application is unique to their process, and our approach is to work with the customer to design application-specific pyrometers, to ensure you get most reliable and accurate pyrometer for your process. For more information how Williamson pyrometers can help with your specific application, please visit our Solutions Page.
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MWx-AB - Aluminum Billets
MWx technology accurately measures high temperature billets where MW technology falls short. MWx pyrometer only works when looking at the side of the billet. No specific algorithm or offset is required – MWx-AB works across all alloys. Pyrometer output is set for 400-1100°F (200-600°C), but will only measure temperatures down to 575°F/300°C.