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Temperature Control or the Scottish Roll

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Temperature Control or the Scottish Roll

Temperature control (TC) has been around for a good while now. First it was Ni200 Nickel Wire, then Titanium, and then Stainless Steel in various grades, and thus various compositions. For the puropose of this article we will refer to Stainless Steel as SS, with 430, 316L & 317l being the variations. In no way am I an expert on alloys, nor am I a massively talented builder, so this information is all collective knowledge which I have gained along the way. A TC device utilizes it's chip to measure the resistance, and based on TCR(Temperature Coefficient of Resistance) of...

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