They can be used to monitor the temperature of air or water in air conditioning, air treatment or other systems. They are available in different versions, with thermistor probes (various types) or with PT100 or PT1000 resistance thermometers.
Bar stock valves. Manifold daThread/thread 180°. Packing PTFE.
A valid choice for all applications where a precise maintenance of the outlet pressure at high flow rates is required.
Flow: up to 80 scfm (135.9 m3 / hr).
Sensitivity: 3.2 mm H2O (1/8 “H2O).
Ideal for applications that require optimal performance and maximum stability.
Flow: 25 m3 / hr at 6.8 BAR power supply and 1.4 BAR output.
Sensitivity: 3.2 mm H2O.
Low cost turbine for general applications for measurements of non-viscous and clean liquids.
Flow rate defined by the nozzle used.
Entrance and exit positioned on the same side.
Pressure transmitters – ATEX Eex ia, resistant to pressure peaks, shockproof and vibration-proof.
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Input: 0 (4) -20 mA
No. of channels: 2
Pressure transducers for measurements of liquids or gases. Measurements of absolute and relative pressure.
Ranges up to 400 bar
Accuracy: ± 0.2%
Hysteresis, repeatability: 0.05%
Ideal for water or other clear liquids.
Clear indication of flow presence.
Input: 4-20 mA.
Outputs: 3-15 PSI / 3-27 PSI / 6-30 PSI
Dead band: 0.1% of the span.
Temperature limits: operating from -40 to 70°C.
Execution in IP 65 plastic case.
Programmable linear or quadratic output.
Output: 4 … 20 mA + HART protocol.
Programmable via HART protocol and with front keys on the instrument.
Explosion proof, and intrinsic safety, ATEX, FM, CSA.
Input: 4-20 mA.
Dead band: 0.02% of the span.
Temperature limits: operating from -40 to 71°C.
Transmitters in industrial execution for measurements of relative pressures, vacuum, measurements of absolute pressure, of liquids, gases and steam.
ATEX Eexia execution.
Accuracy ± 0.075% f.s. HART protocol.
Volumetric gears with ideal gauges for oil, grease, liquids …
Execution: IP 66
Outputs: frequency – 2 outputs selectable reed contact / Hall effect