Pressure sensors which are IP68 rated for permanent immersion in freshwater, sea-water and petrochemicals to measure the level of boreholes, reservoirs, rivers, tidal waters and storage tanks.
Current loop output signal pressure transmitters for submersible use in environmental monitoring, process industry tank contents, water utilities and landfill sites.
High voltage output signal pressure transducers for submersible use in water, chemicals, viscous fluids, waste water or sea water.
mV output signal pressure transducers for submersible applications where low power consumption is required for interfacing with remotely located battery powered instrumentation.
Pressure sensors with small diameters for lowering into boreholes to measure ground water levels. These sensors are used mainly for monitoring water supply resources, dam integrity or geophysical testing.
Pressure sensors with open face diaphragms for monitoring the level of high viscosity fluids or liquids which contains solids. These sensors do not have pressure connections which would otherwise block up and prevent the sensor from working.
Pressure sensors for submerging into storage tanks or boreholes to monitor the level of potentially flammable liquids or in zones with potentially explosive atmospheres.
Pressure transducers and transmitters with absolute reference ranges for monitoring water depth and level in applications where it is not possible or less practical to provide a vented reference.
Water tight transducers, transmitters and loggers made from materials that have a high corrosion resistance to sea water. Pressure sensors which incorporate strain gauge sensing technology have by design thin diaphragms which are susceptible to failure if the seawater corrosion rates are not extremely low.
Sensors for measuring differential pressure between two points on a submerged installation. Choose a DP sensor with a waterproof electrical connection for immersing for long periods underwater.
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