Palmer Wahl Temperature Instruments
Palmer Wahl is uniquely qualified to provide application installation support, and calibration services from an extensive line of the finest instrumentation. We offer experience and leadership in manufacturing quality industrial temperature, pressure, test and calibration instruments including: fixed and portable thermal imaging cameras; fixed and portable infrared thermometers; process thermometers; temperature calibrators; RTD, thermocouple, bimetal, dial, industrial and laboratory thermometers and thermowells; pressure gauges and transducers; temperature recording labels; temperature and pressure recorders; hand held RTD and TC meters and probes; dataloggers; megohmmeters and ohmmeters.

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234 Old Weaverville Road
Asheville, NC 28804
United States
Toll-free: 800-421-2853
Phone: 828-658-3131
Fax: 828-658-0728

Product Categories

Instrument Test & Calibration Products; Instrumentation, Mercury; Probes, Sensors & Transducers; Sensors, Pressure; Thermocouples & Temperature Sensing

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