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Gems Sensors and Controls new sensor range saves time and cost in hazardous applications

Gems Sensors and Controls new sensor range saves time and cost in hazardous applications Gems has introduced a new series of compact and robust sensors for harsh environments. The 31CS and 32CS series sensors can be fitted directly to pipe work, reducing the time and cost of installation. This makes the sensors ideal for hazardous area installations such as wellhead automation, gas distribution and gas compressors, where installation can be difficult.
 
Built using 17-4PH stainless steel wetted parts, the 31CS and 32CS series also features proven Sputtered Thin Film sensing technology, and ASIC-controlled thermal compensation and signal conditioning. The 31CS and 32CS are identical in their compact and durable design, with the exception of a thicker diaphragm and a pressure restrictor on the 32CS series. This enables the 32CS to withstand extreme pressure spikes, which improves overall reliability and stability in pulsating applications.
 
Gems has made the 31CS and 32CS available in a wide range of factory-configured settings, while the sensors can also be configured to the customers individual requirements, depending on the application. "The launch of the 31CS and 32CS showcases our commitment to providing our customers with robust sensing solutions," said Mike Powers, Director of Global Pressure Products, Gems Sensors and Controls.
 

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