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High Temp Pressure Data Logger features built in NPT port.

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June 18, 2013 - With addition of 1/8 in. NPT pressure port, Model PR140 is compatible with variety of standard fittings and adapters. NPT port design features wrench flats to assist in securing device firmly. Designed for use in autoclave validation and mapping, logger withstands temperatures up to 140°C and is completely submersible. Unit is built with stainless steel pressure gauge and has accuracy of ±0.435 psi. Optional Luer Lock connector, available as accessory, withstands steam sterilization cycles.

MadgeTech, Inc.

6 Warner Rd, Warner, NH, 03278, USA

Original Press Release

PR140 High Temperature Pressure Data Logger Now with Built in NPT Port

Press release date: March 20, 2013

WARNER, NH, - MadgeTech, Inc., a global leader in innovative data logging solutions, is excited to announce that the PR140, High Temperature Pressure Data Logger, now has a built in NPT pressure port.

The addition of the 1/8” NPT pressure port on the device allows for compatibility with a large variety of standard fittings and adaptors. This NPT port design features wrench flats to assist in securing the device firmly.

MadgeTech is also offering an optional Luer Lock connector, available as an accessory to the PR140-NPT. The LUER-FITTING-F can easily be screwed into the 1/8” NPT female port on the data logger. This rugged adapter is made of 316 stainless steel construction and can withstand harsh environments, such as steam sterilization cycles.

MadgeTech will continue to offer the PR140 High Temperature Pressure Data Logger in both the NPT port model or the Flush Top design.

For more information on any of MadgeTech’s loggers or logging systems, visit www.MadgeTech.com or call (603) 456-2011.

MadgeTech, Inc.
6 Warner Road,
Warner, NH  03278   USA
(603) 456-2011  Fax  (603) 456-2012
email:  info@madgetech.com
www.madgetech.com 

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