He was never tired regulating the tubes, trying the taps, and testing the heat of the gas by the pyrometer.
The long tube that held the pyrometer was formed of the same metal.
In these furnaces the tube of the pyrometer is inserted through one of the apertures at the top, as shown in Fig. 7.
"The pyrometer's on the red, and the oven's hot," and the man left his bench.
When the "new" stove was on, and the "old" one lit for reheating, I went to the pyrometer shanty.
In one corner was Lavoisier's pyrometer; in another Berard's gas food-warmer.
In the middle of Riley's call of "Fifty-two-eight," a jangling bell told that the bottom of the pyrometer carrier had touched.
A somewhat similar instrument is the Gauntlett pyrometer, which is largely used in the north of England.
For this reason the use of a pyrometer, when possible, saves mistakes and trouble.
In each one is introduced a pyrometer, connected electrically with a switchboard located in a separate building.