Lower Costs and Expand Pressure Measurement Capabilities with New, Versatile Pressure Measurement Equipment
Advanced pressure gauges are able to accurately return all types of pressure measurements, from rugged environments on drilling rigs to low-static-pressure environments, where the measurements need to be smaller and more precise. With features such as attached digital displays and multi-sensing transmitters, we have solutions you need for complex pressure measurements in tough conditions.
Absolute pressure transmitters are ideal for use in applications where the measurement will not be affected by atmospheric pressure. These transmitters compare a pressure relative to absolute (zero) pressure. The measurement output is always positive.
Differential pressure transmitters are used to measure the flow rate of liquid, gas or steam that have non-variable pressures and temperatures. These type of transmitters compare two pressures and transmit the difference to a control unit.
Digital pressure gauges use pressure transducers to provide a reliable, high accuracy reading on an attached digital display. The display takes the signal from the transducer and processes it according to you settings to give you a pressure reading in the unit of your choosing.
A HART Communicator is used to communicate with the field instruments that are HART Compatible. When you connect your communicator, you can analyze the instruments’ output current, input voltage and diagnostics. Some HART communicators also show trend of the output signal from the transmitter.
Our field wireless solutions allow for process measurements that were previously too difficult or uneconomical to implement. We offer a complete line of ISA100 compliant pressure transmitters including transmitters that can measure differential pressure, absolute pressure and gauge pressure with a variety of different process connections.
Gauge pressure transmitters are used to measure the pressures of liquid, gas and steam. These transmitters produce a measurement by comparing a pressure relative to atmospheric pressure.
Hammer union pressure transducers use piezoresistive principles to monitor pressure on a diaphragm. They are specifically constructed to handle the shock, vibration, weather, and rough handling that prevails on a drilling or production rig.
Our low-flow pressure transmitters combine a DP transmitter and an Integral Flow Orifice (IFO) into one unit, producing a total system that measures low flow accurately. Using Bernoulli’s equation, these transmitters can measure the flow of a fluid through a pipe.
A multi-variable transmitter combines a differential pressure transmitter, a gauge pressure transmitter, a temperature transmitter and a flow computer into one unit. The flow computer is programmed with application information and uses the three measured inputs to calculate the mass flow.
A multi-sensing transmitter combines a differential pressure transmitter, gauge pressure transmitters, and temperature transmitter into one field instrument. An option for RS485 Modbus communication is available, allowing for easy integration with other devices.
Pressure transducers are used in both process and storage environments. Our solutions are built for industrial applications in pressure ranges up to 10,000 psi, and are suitable for both liquids and gasses. They are designed to provide accurate measurements and a long life expectancy at a low cost.
Submersible pressure transducers are incredibly versatile and inexpensive. They can measure the level of just about any liquid within their temperature range. They are often used in waste liquids where the exact chemical makeup is ill defined and are also becoming popular for battery powered applications because of their low current draw.
Our instrument enclosures & protection solutions are ideal for probe, sample take off and sample conditioning cabinets & transmitter protection. With integral insulation, explosion proof heaters, heat shrink entry boots, as well as panel and rail mounting systems, our enclosures complete your sample conditioning system.