PRESSURE AND LEVEL TRANSMITTERS FOR FOOD AND BEVERAGE INDUSTRY

21-05-2019

Noshok has released its new 20, 25 and 30 series intelligent pressure and level transmitters, which are uniquely designed for the hygienic requirements and harsh ambient conditions of the food and beverage industry.

The transmitters feature a superior design that positions the pressure and temperature sensors directly behind the diaphragm, minimising fill fluid and allowing the use of a smaller diaphragm. This provides active temperature compensation at the point of measurement to minimise temperature and position error.

Turndown ratios up to 10:1 allow greater rangeability, minimising inventory requirements. Accuracies are based on percent of adjusted span, not full-scale range.

The transmitters are constructed of polished stainless steel, feature programming via a standard onboard display with no pressure source required, and are also available with HART protocol. They have a 360° rotatable display for flexibility and readability in multiple mounting positions.

The new 20, 25 and 30 series transmitters meet 3-A Sanitary Standards requirements.

AMS Instrumentation & Calibration
03 9017 8225
www.ams-ic.com.au

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