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Core Sensors Pressure Solutions - Pressure Transducers and Transmitters

Pressure Transducers

Core Sensors The Ultimate Pressure Solution One Piece Design Explore Sensor Types Contact Us Explore Sensors By Application Core Sensors manufactures and distributes pressure transducers for industrial, hydrogen, energy and many other fluid and gas process applications. Pressure Transducers Industrial Pressures up to 40,000 PSI Pressure transducers for various industrial applications. Small profile, steel mill and other custom configurations are available Explore Sensor Types Pressure Transducers Hazardous Location CSA, ANSI/UL 122701,ABS,CE Pressure transducers certified by

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KELLER submersible level transmitters offer high accuracy down to 900 feet with built in lifetime lightning protection and standard three day shipping. Best of all, there’s no minimum order quantity.

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Oxygen Detector

Oxygen Detector, Highly Accurate, Low Cost Alternative to Fuel Cell Sensors, Paramagnetic Sensors are Non-depleting, Eliminate Calibrations, Routine Maintenance

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Protect your intrinsically safe measuring circuits and bus systems with a DEHNpipe surge protection device. With over a dozen style to choose from including flame and explosion proof configurations, the DEHNpipe surge arrester is sure to fit your process needs.

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Leader in low flow technology We offer an extensive product range of thermal, Coriolis, and ultrasonic flow meters and controllers for low flow rates of gases and liquids. Our flow meters and controllers are used for a variety of applications in laboratory, machinery, industrial and hazardous areas. We also develop customer specific low flow solutions, e.g. of multifunctional, pretested modules or skids for gas, liquid, or vapor flow control. Thermal Mass Flow Coriolis Mass Flow

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Why use In-line Filters for Flow Instruments?

With mass flow instruments, the accessory of choice often is a communication cable, these are essential in allowing you to communicate with an instrument and monitor or access the very information that you purchased the instrument to make available. However, one accessory is often over-looked and can be far more essential to the long-term performance and life-time cost of running an instrument, especially in industrial applications; in-line filters.

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