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Old   February 16, 2011, 19:57
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Hi CFDians,

Hope things are going hot and interesting now a days!!!

My query is on welding the thermocouples. I know that for welding T-Type thermocouples we need to have a welding machine. The machine will have a chamber filled with inert gas to avoid oxidation during welding.

But for J-Type thermocouple how is the welding done? if you guys have any document on this kindly update the same to me. The question arose because the welding cost for one T-Type thermocouple is around 60 Bucks. Which is too much!!!!

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