Press Release Summary:
Proportional/integral/derivative pressure controller incorporates sanitary clamp process connection to prevent media from entering controller. Pressure measuring element consists of 1 piezoresistive sensor that compares measured pressure to setpoint and sends corrective 4-20 mA output signal to final control element to control pressure. Push buttons (4) located below LCD display control operating parameters. Die cast aluminum alloy housing is coated with epoxy resin.
Original Press Release:
Jordan Valve Introduces New Sanitary PID Pressure Controller
Cincinniati, Ohio U.S.A. ~ Jordan Valve introduces the new Sanitary PID Pressure Controller.
This proportional/integral/derivative pressure controller features a sanitary clamp process connection to prevent media from entering the controller and ensures sterility in the process. The pressure measuring element is a piezoresistive sensor that compares the measured pressure to the setpoint and send a corrective 4-20mA output signal to a final control element (i.e. control valve) to control the pressure.
The operating parameters may be changed by means of the four push buttons that are located below the LDC display. The housing is made from die cast aluminum alloy and coated with an epoxy resin, suitable for washdown.
Coupled together with a control valve, a complete control loop can be configured to control pressure beyond the capabilities of sanitary pressure regulators.
For additional information, a free catalog or the name of your local Jordan Valve representative, contact Jordan Valve, 3170 Wasson Road, Cincinnati, OH 45209. Phone 513-533-5600 or toll-free 800-543-7311. Fax 513-871-0105; E-Mail: email@example.com. URL: jordanvalve.com.