Custom Temperature Sensor Builder
Labfacility are a temperature sensor manufacturer based in the UK. We have two UK sites – West Sussex and South Yorkshire and export to over 85 countries, Shipments are made to world-wide destinations on a daily basis.
We have 50 years of experience in all things related to Temperature and Process Technology and are ISO9001 accredited.
We are specialists in the design and manufacture of custom-built temperature sensors. Quality and Service are key elements in the continued growth of Labfacility; technical support for both sensing and instrumentation is always freely available from our experienced technical sales teams.
Click the links below to select and complete our custom configurator forms and send us your specific requirements.
♦ Click here to start building your custom thermocouple sensor
♦ Click here to start building your custom PRT sensor
♦ Click here to start building your custom gauge
Frequently Asked Questions
What standards are your custom made sensors accredited to?
All our custom made sensors are made to ISO9001 standards.
What are the lead times for custom made sensors?
All our custom made sensors are made to order. Once you have submitted your custom design you will be contacted with a lead time.
Do you offer worldwide shipping for your custom made sensors?
Yes we do, all custom made sensors can be shipped worldwide.
What type of custom made sensors do you offer?
We can offer many varieties of custom made sensors, such as Thermocouples, PRTs, Gauges and Thermowells.
I don’t know which custom made sensor is best for my application, can you help?
Yes! We can help you choose the correct custom made sensor to suit any application.
Remember, the sensor type must always suit the measuring instrument and employ the correct extension cable. Information given here is for general guidance only and is not definitive – it is not intended to be the basis for product installation or decision making.
Labfacility Ltd cannot be held responsible for any misinterpretation or incorrect assumptions based on these Questions and Answers.