The Viatran Model 386 pressure transmitter has a flush tip zero cavity design that eliminates the traditional measurement challenges of pressure transmitter port clogging. It removes installation torque effects on the output signal. It further incorporates a solid stainless steel machined diaphragm (Inconel optional), along with all-welded sealed housings. This combination makes it virtually impervious to fluid ingress, reducing risk of potential damage to internal electronics. It has an isolated sensor that eliminates the need for adjustments to the pressure transmitter after installation. Units are available in 13 uniquely configurable standard ranges, covering 0 to 150 to 0 to 10,000 psig or psis, along with a variety of electrical connections. Depending upon range, it can withstand up to 1.5X proof pressure and up to 5X burst pressure. 716/629-3800;


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