Get all the great performance characteristics of the Micro-Machined Silicon Transducers in these wet/wet differential pressure models. These rugged stainless steel transducers are ideal for tough industrial automotive, or aerospace applications. They can be used in test benches, fitler monitoring, hydraulic, flow, or water/wastewater applications, as well as factory or pneumatic air, pitot tubes, air speed and other industrial or aerospace applications. The solid state silicon core and avaliable all stainless steel wetted parts will provide long, reliable service life with excellent long term stability.
I'm attempting to get a steady state flow through one of our apparatuses for flow assurance research for glaucoma but there is a problem with air being in the sytem during the flow testing. What is the best way to eliminate air from the equation?
Asked by: Tanner
Tanner, thank you for your question, I do not have a specific operating procedure to eliminate air from the equation, since I am not familiar with your system design. Typically you will suction our Air or flush out air before you apply a positive pressure. Thank you.
Answered by: SAE DJO
Date published: 2019-11-16
Can this also be used for sensing air pressure?
Asked by: ScoutK
Thank you for your inquiry. Our Tech Support engineer has emailed you the specifications for our PX409-10WDWUI, Differential pressure transmitter. Unfortunately, we do not offer any differential sensors with sanitary connections. This sensor has 1/4 NPT male thread connections and all stainless steel wetted parts. You might be able adapt the fitting to some sort of quick disconnect setup. Smallest range we offer is a 0 to10"wc.
Answered by: Jane
Date published: 2019-06-26
Can a wet/wet differential pressure transducer be used to measure differential vacuum pressures? (i.e. absolute pressures at both process connections which are less than the ambient pressure surrounding the transducer body)?