Designed specifically for compressed air and water booster pump applications, the MBS1900 was released during the toughest economic conditions for many years. But despite this, the MBS 1900's application-optimized design means it can withstand liquid hammer and electromagnetic interference, helping secure it a position as an industry favorite. And in July 2010, a fixed cable version will be released.
Meeting customer demand
Following rigorous bench and field test programs, a number of major, global OEM's in the compressed air and water booster pump sectors have now incorporated the MBS1900 into their product portfolios. Now Danfoss is taking the success one step further. To meet customer demand, a new fixed cable design will come to market in July.
The MBS1900's success is built on well-proven piezo-resistive sensor technology. And the state-of-the-art production and thermal compensation processes result in a very cost-effective manufacturing process, without compromising on product quality.
Recent benchmarking tests against similar products show that the MBS1900 is in a very strong technical position when it comes to accuracy and robust EMC performance. And because key components in the transmitters have been used in other Danfoss products for many years, the quality stands strong.
Danfoss offers many other advantages to our target business sectors and customers, including a truly global presence, and an extensive product portfolio, including temperature sensors and switches, solenoid valves and motor controls.
For more information, please visit www.danfoss.us/ia.
Please Direct Reader Inquiries to:
Angela Peconi, Marketing & Inside Sales Manager
Danfoss Industrial Automation
11655 Crossroads Circle
Baltimore, MD 21220