Ivoclar EP600 Combi Calibration Set

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Classic problem with (old(er)) equipment that otherwise functions really well ... they are often no longer supported. Such is the case with our Ivoclar EP600 Combi furnace. I am looking for calibration sets which the company no longer supplies. Question being whether there is a place that either sells those, sells equivalent aftermarket sets or whether anyone knows how to MacGyver one. (In the end I believe it is a glorified fuse; main component the silver wire itself being what Ga.?) Of course, the less Mickey Mouse the better so if anyone knows a place, I would appreciate the reference!
 
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Get some pure silver wire
 
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Could you please elaborate? What gauge? Make it work how exactly?
 
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Thanks. I can only imagine though that 20 ga. melts quicker than the 25 ga., does that make a difference in your opinion?
 
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Thanks. I can only imagine though that 20 ga. melts quicker than the 25 ga., does that make a difference in your opinion?
They all melt at the same temperature
 
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*Facepalming*
I'm thinking electrical systems where gauge is important for the flow / resistance of electrical current. But of course it melts at the same temperature. Thanks for that!

If anyone else has anything to add, let's hear it!
 
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