Pressure Sensors / Detectors / Transducers
Pressure Transducer is suitable for in-place cleaning.
Press Release Summary:
With true zero internal dead volume, Model SFT Sanitary thru-FLO(TM) Pressure Transducer offers 1-piece CPII Titanium or 316 Stainless Steel sensing element with no internal cavities. Design eliminates possibility of trapped particles or contaminants. Fully autoclavable unit has circuit conditioning and amplification electronics sealed with Stainless Steel body and housing. Pressure ranges vary from 0-50 to 0-500 psig. Linearity, hysteresis, and repeatability are less than 0.25% FS.
Original Press Release:
Sanitary thru-FLO(TM) Pressure Transducer
A Sanitary thru-FLO(TM) pressure transducer, designed for in-place cleaning that features a true zero internal dead volume is being offered by DJ Instruments of Billerica, Massachusetts.
The DJ Model SFT Sanitary thru-FLO(TM) Pressure Transducer features a one-piece CPII Titanium or 316 Stainless Steel sensing element with no internal cavities. This design eliminates the possibility of trapped particles or contaminants. Engineered for in-line installation, the thru-FLO(TM) sensing elements have a 20 micro inch finish, connections are made via a standard Tri-Clamp fittings.
Fully autoclavable, the DJ Model SFT has circuit conditioning and amplification electronics sealed with a Stainless Steel body and housing. Pressure ranges starting at from 0-50 to 0-500 psig are available. Combined Linearity, Hysteresis and Repeatability is <0.25% of Full Scale (BSFL). Typical applications include chromatography, pharmaceutical, biotech and food processing equipment, where frequent system flushing and cleaning is required.
The Model SFT Sanitary thru-FLO(TM) Pressure Transducer is part of the DJ series of zero dead volume transducers and is priced according to special OEM requirements and quantity. Production quantities are immediately available. Literature and quotations available upon request.
For more information contact:
37 Manning Road
Billerica MA 01821
978-667-5301, FAX 978-667-6804