High Temperature Pressure Transducers|800℃~1200℃

High Temperature Pressure Transducers

High temperature pressure transducers are designed for high temperature gas, steam and liquid pressure measurement. With cooling element, our high temperature pressure transducers can withstand high temperatures up to 300℃~500℃~800℃~1200℃. The pressure is up to 14503.8 psig (100MPa). The high temperature differential pressure transmitter can also meet high temperatures of 600℃~800℃.

Our High temperature pressure transducers and differential pressure transmitters are available in mV, 4-20 mA, 0-10 VDC or 0-5 VDC output configurations. There is also HART protocol, and RS485 communication is optional.

Featured High Temperature Pressure Transducers

SI-2088 High Temperature Pressure Sensor

SI-2088S Ultra High Temperature Pressure Sensor-Water Cooling

SI-706 Combined Pressure and Temperature Transmitter

SI-90 High Temperature Dynamic-High Frequency Pressure Sensor

SI-804DP Small Differential Pressure Sensor

SI-8051DG Monocrystalline Silicon High Accuracy Differential Pressure Transducer

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High Temperature Pressure Transducers and differential pressure transmitters are mainly used for pressure measurement of high temperature media. By adding a cooling element, the pressure medium such as the measured high-temperature gas and liquid can be cooled, which can effectively reduce the temperature of the pressure medium and reduce the impact of the pressure pulsation of the pressure medium on the pressure gauge. The pressure transmitter can measure high-pressure media accurately for a long time, and is often used for pressure measurement of high-temperature media such as unsaturated steam.

We at Sino-Inst supply high quality industrial pressure transmitters. Supports customization of installation threads, signal output, temperature, pressure range and other parameters.

If you need to purchase High Temperature Pressure Transducers or have related technical questions, please feel free to contact our engineers!

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