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PCA-125 Automationdirect.com Not Provided Process Control & Measurement / Temperature Sensors & Transmitters / Cables & Accessories ProSense pipe clamp adapter, 1-1/16 to 1-1/4 inch adjustable diameter, 2-inch attached bayonet adapter with 7/16 inch outside diameter and 9/32 inch inside diameter. Use with Prosense adjustable immersion sensors.
PCA-425 Automationdirect.com Not Provided Process Control & Measurement / Temperature Sensors & Transmitters / Cables & Accessories ProSense pipe clamp adapter with 3-5/16 to 4-1/4 inch adjustable diameter, 2-inch attached bayonet adapter with 7/16 inch outside diameter and 9/32 inch inside diameter. Use with Prosense adjustable immersion sensors.
PCA-200 Automationdirect.com Not Provided Process Control & Measurement / Temperature Sensors & Transmitters / Cables & Accessories ProSense pipe clamp adapter with 1-1/16 to 2 inch adjustable diameter, 2-inch attached bayonet adapter with 7/16 inch outside diameter and 9/32 inch inside diameter. Use with Prosense adjustable immersion sensors.

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  • Pipe and Tubing
    range of inside diameters. Inside and outside diameters in nominal pipe sizes are listed in any standard reference source. The pipe schedules most commonly used for hydraulic systems are schedule 40, nearly equal to the former "standard " designation; schedule 80 (formerly extra heavy); and schedule 160
  • Fittings: Tapered Pipe Fittings
    Nominal pipe sizes do not match the outside or inside thread diameter. To determine pipe sizes up to 1¼", measure the outside diameter of the threads. Subtract ¼" for the pipe thread size. (example, a fitting measures ¾" at the large end, then subtract ¼", the fitting in question is a ½" pipe
  • Berg Steel Pipe: Multiple-Wire Welding Creates High Productivity and Quality
    seam tacking system as well as inside diameter (ID) and outside diameter (OD) pipe welding stations that use multiple wire welding techniques.
  • Water Jets Cut Machining Time, Cost
    Put together two hemispherical halves of a tube and what do you get? A circular tube, right? Not if the tool that cut them apart removed too much material. This is what the made-to-print division of , W. Springfield, Mass., found when a customer asked them to split a 12-in.-diameter pipe lengthwise
  • Snake let loose in reactor
    , along with obstacles in the way. 's problem was no big deal: the Swedish company had to replace a section of stainless-steel pipe that was part of a safety system activated when its nuclear reactor went offline in an emergency. But there was no physical line of sight to the 8-in.-diameter pipe
  • Beware Thermal Cycling in Bioprocessing Part 2
    faces of the two ferrules; and a clamp to hold the connection (Figure 1a). Containment of the seal member and control of the loads on that member, both during make-up and in operation, are very important considerations. A seal which does not extend into the inside diameter of the tubing or pipe
  • Getting the Most from Coriolis Flowmeters in Pharmaceutical Processes
    of a straight tube Coriolis meter is determined by the material of construction and the sensitivity of the components used to measure time delay. At any flow rate, the sensitivity (accuracy) decreases as the sensor tube s inside diameter increases. The smallest working sensor for many installations may
  • ABCs of Refrigeration Pressure Sensing
    throughout the building that picks up heat. The system is called a chiller. A 2-in. pipe of chilled water can supply as much cooling comfort as a round air duct with a diameter of 42 in. Evaporators in supermarket systems are the rectangular boxes located inside freezers with fans that blow

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