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ATEX-certified industrial pressure transmitters

ATEX-certified industrial pressure transmitters

Instrumentation specialist Impress Sensors and Systems will be showcasing new ranges of ATEX-certified industrial pressure transmitters and submersible level transmitters at Sensors & Instrumentation. The IND range of ATEX-certified industrial pressure transmitters is manufactured in the UK by Impress Sensors.

The transmitter has a piezoresistive ceramic or stainless steel silicon pressure sensor installed in a stainless steel housing, providing it with excellent media compatibility across a wide range of hazardous gas or dust environments, including applications in oil and gas, marine, chemicals, petrochemicals, pharmaceuticals and water treatment plants. The transmitters are available in pressure ranges from 0.1 to 700 bar in gauge, sealed gauge or absolute reference versions, with various mV, voltage and current output options.

Also new is the IWSL range of ATEX-certified submersible level transmitters designed for continuous submersion in liquids such as water, fuel, oil and other chemicals. The transmitters use the latest piezoresistive media isolated silicon sensing technology and a stainless steel diaphragm, which provide excellent stability, repeatability and resolution in a wide range of hydrostatic level measurement applications in potentially hazardous gas or dust environments.

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