Assets of the newest innovative FHF heat flux sensors
- easy to use and instant results
- accurate, no matter what material they are mounted on
- thin and fast; they have low thermal resistance
- temperature range up to 120 ˚C at continuous use (150 ˚C short exposure)
How heat flux sensors work
Heat flux sensors measure a temperature difference across a thin layer of material. They typically employ a thermopile, which is manufactured by creating an alternating pattern of two dissimilar conductors, generally metal alloys. The output is a millivolt signal proportional to the local heat flux.
Hukseflux is the market leader in heat flux measurement, worldwide. We offer a wide range of sensors for measuring heat flux in many applications. Cannot find what you are looking for, or contemplating using a dedicated instrument for a specific application, please contact Hukseflux. We like having a good technical conversation.
Using FHF series heat flux sensors offers you advantages. FHF02 is our standard model for general-purpose heat flux measurement. FHF03 is first choice for measuring heat flux on a small object or budget. Click on the product below to discover all its specifications.