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Pressure transmitters for monitoring of LPG and NH3

Pressure transmitters are sensors that directly measure the pressure of LP-gas and liquids in the applications. They are frequently used in the oil and gas industry, machine building and the petrochemical industry. 

Product description

Pressure transmitters come in several variations and can be used for measuring gas/liquid levels and different pressures according to desired output. Transmitters convert the analog signal of a transducer into a larger signal which is then sent to the PLC. If the input is either too high or low, the transmitter adjusts the flow pressure or sets off an alarm to warn the operator and enable quick reaction to prevent gaseous disasters.

Product specifications icon Specifications

Gas types: LPG (Propane, Butane), NH3 (Ammonia, Anhydrous ammonia), NG (natural gas), manufactured gasses
Connections: Thread
Type: G, NPT
Pressure range: 0 to 400 bar (0 to 5801 psi)
Signal: 4 to 20 mA, DC 10 to 30V
Size and range: 1/4" to ½" 
Series available: IS3
Standards: EMS, RoHS, ATEX, IECEx, EAC, FM. CSA, GOST

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Product material icon Material 

Body: Stainless steel

Product features icon Features

  • Quick and easy electrical installation
  • Sturdy design
  • Suitable for a variety of fluid applications due to its all-metal vetted parts

Did you know?

  • Some models are suitable for operation in extreme environmental conditions and are resistant to acids, bases and solvents
  • Transmitters with manometers are ideal for quick real-time information

Alternative products icon Alternative products 

  • Pressure switches
  • Needle valves