Pressure Transmitter resists corrosion.
Press Release Summary:
Resistant to hydrogen sulphide, hydrogen, ethylene, and chloride, K-line series of pressure transmitters features gold-plated diaphragm that protects it from high concentrations of corrosive gasses. Explosion proof version is available along with other electrical and mechanical options to meet specific processing requirements. Measuring range is up to 14,500 psi. It is rated for static and dynamic measurements to 7 kHz and temperatures to 300Â°F at inlet end.
Original Press Release:
Pressure Transmitter Resists Corrosion
Amherst, NY (March 18, 2006) - A new K-line series of pressure transmitters from Kistler Instrument has highly inert construction that is immune to aggressive fluids associated with petro-chemical processing industries. Usually highly vulnerable due to constant contact of the medium, the diaphragm has a gold plating making it inert to attack from high concentrations of corrosive gasses. The K-line is resistant to hydrogen sulphide, hydrogen, ethylene and chloride.
Construction throughout is robust for a long service life. Measuring range is to 14,500 psi. The pressure transmitter is rated for static and dynamic measurements to 7 kHz and temperatures to 300° F, at the inlet end. Several construction versions are available, including explosion proof service. Several other electrical and mechanical options, including inlet sizes and connectors, are available to meet specific processing requirements.
Kistler is a worldwide supplier of precision instrumentation for the measurement of pressure, force and acceleration serving the R&D, Industrial and OEM Communities.
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