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|SIL 2 Certified Safety Transmitter||Instead of a costly, overcomplicated process transmitter that must be adapted for safety use, the One Series Safety Transmitter is the first SIL 2-certified transmitter...|
Pressure - Differential Pressure - Temperature
|Bristol® 5457 Replacement||For replacement of the Bristol® 5457, consider the Fairchild Models 24XF and 24XFM.|
|Why use a Diaphragm Seal?
Diaphragm Seal Selection Guide
High Temperature Assembly Comparison ... More ...
|What makes a
Safety Relief Valve
|Auto Seat Technology® is soft seat relief valve design that increases seat life, reduces repairs, and gives the valve a consistent set pressure....|
|What makes an
|Many years of Instrument Valve product development and improvement have yielded design features when combined in one unit provide a true "High Performance" Instrument Valve....|
|Heat Trace Testing, Installation and Design||New materials and controls have made heat trace systems an efficient method of avoiding heat loss and providing temperature control in process equipment. With a wider range of choices and new temperature options and control capabilities...|
|Pressure & Temperature
Calibration Uncertainty & Techniques
|A calibration is a matter of qualifying the sensor-under-test. Only by knowing the limitations of the sensor is it possible to trust the measurements and optimize the process control. In other words, a calibration reading is only valid...|
|Gauges Without Gears Solve Problems Associated with High Vibration and Pulsation Service||
Pressure gauges without gears are known as "Direct Drive" gauges.
Direct-drive pressure gauges replace the “C-shaped” bourdon tube and gears in a standard gauge with a unique helically wound bourdon. The helical bourdon is coupled directly to the shaft pointer, which is the only moving part...