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  • Gauge Configurations for High Temperature Applications (.pdf)
    140° F is the maximum recommended ambient media temperature for NOSHOK pressure gauges with brass wetted parts, and 212° F for gauges with stainless steel wetted parts. For applications in which media reaches temperatures above 212° F, NOSHOK offers several accessories designed to prevent damage
  • Safe Even Under Pressure
    Pressure measuring instruments used in sterile processes must be exceptionally tough. Special designs and materials are required to combat the exposure to high temperatures and aggressive cleaning agents. Clean-in-Place (CIP) systems reduce the manual cleaning requirements and the idle down times
  • Gauge Your Level Instrumentation Options
    Schnake, pressure products business manager, Honeywell (Phoenix). "For a pressure transmitter diaphragm, this typically represents a 15 percent premium over stainless steel, " Invensys Foxboro's Rowe adds. The instrument also must tolerate temperature extremes encountered as part of any sterlize
  • Thermowells: Protecting Your Temperature Measuring Instrumentation
    If your thermometer operates in unfavorable conditions such as corrosive media, physical impact, or higher-pressure gas or liquid, then you need to protect the temperature gauge with a thermowell. In addition to protection, these wells allow you to remove the temperature instrument for replacement
  • MediaGauge Digital Pressure Gauges Family Overview
    , signal conditioning circuitry for temperature and calibration compensation, a stainless steel input pressure port and a LCD back lit display. The MediaGauge TM digital pressures gauges, are made of all laser-welded 304L stainless steel and have a 316L stainless steel convoluted diaphragm (excluding
  • Three Process Conditions That Affect Accuracy And Performance Of Pressure Gauges (.pdf)
    This article outlines several factors influencing the accuracy of a pressure gauge, and offers solutions on how to manage those influences for maximum gauge performance. The technology used in today's pressure gauges has been around since the mid-eighteen hundreds, and the pressure gauge is still
  • Workplace Safety Requires Reliable Instrumentation
    Reliable instrumentation is critical for safe operations. Pressure and temperature instrumentation provides workers with information they need to confirm that systems and processes are functioning within safe parameters. A broken gauge means unreliable process information, which can compromise
  • Dual Purpose Instruments in Process Automation (.pdf)
    or temperature. Nevertheless, mechanical instruments such as the good old pressure gauge remain indispensable elements in automation. When redundancy is necessary, plant engineers have to revert to mechanical products which give reliable values of important process parameters such as pressure

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