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Hazardous, High-Pressure and Explosive Conditions Are No Match for Swiss Jewel Sapphire Windows
Date:9/24/2013

Philadelphia, PA (PRWEB) September 24, 2013

In demanding industrial environments where early hazard detection matters most, rugged Sapphire Windows introduced by Swiss Jewel Company of Philadelphia, PA, are perfect for flame detectors and analyzers of combustible gas and other hazardous materials.

Harsh conditions, high pressure, high temperatures and the potential for explosions in petro-chemical and other industrial environments make gas and flame monitoring both more difficult and more crucial to ensure adequate safety.

That’s where Sapphire Windows’ unique combination of physical, chemical and optical properties stand out from other materials. Swiss Jewel’s Sapphire Windows are engineered of temperature-stable Sapphire to withstand thermally-demanding environments (up to 2,000°C), making them perfect for sensors exposed to high heat and thermal shock.

Plus, Sapphire is second only to diamond in terms of hardness (moh 9), which means Swiss Jewel Sapphire Windows stand up to corrosion and distortion over sustained heavy use and offer a highly durable means for non-contact temperature measurement.

Swiss Jewel Sapphire Window transmission values, from UV to mid-IR (0.2-5.0um), also make highly sensitive windows for infra-red flame detection, key to ensuring industrial safety in high-hazard environments.

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