Pressure Transmitter Sports Flush Tip-Zero Cavity Design

Pressure Transmitter Sports Flush Tip-Zero Cavity Design
Viatran

The Model 386 pressure transmitter features an industry-exclusive flush tip-zero cavity design, said to be a unique configuration that eliminates the traditional measurement challenges of pressure transmitter port clogging. It also removes installation torque effects on the output signal. The sensor also features a solid stainless steel machined diaphragm (Inconel optional), along with all-welded sealed housings. This combination makes the pressure transmitters virtually impervious to fluid ingress, reducing risk of potential damage to internal electronics. The Model 386 also features an isolated sensor which eliminates the need for adjustments to the pressure transmitter after installation. A datasheet is available at http://www.viatran.com/pressure-transmitter-model-386

Viatran
Wheatfield, NY
800-688-0030
716-629-3800
[email protected]
http://www.viatran.com

Contact Info

Company: Viatran
Country: United States (USA)
Phone number: 800-688-0030

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