Flush-Tip Pressure Transmitter
Gary Parr | July 20, 2016
Model 386 pressure transmitter has a flush-tip zero cavity design said to eliminate the traditional measurement challenges of port clogging and removes installation torque effects on the output signal. The unit has a solid stainless-steel machined diaphragm and all-welded sealed housings. An isolated sensor reportedly eliminates the need for adjustments to the pressure transmitter after installation. Available in 13 standard ranges from 0 to 150 to 0 to 10k psig or psis, the unit can withstand as much as 1.5X proof pressure and 5X burst pressure. Additional ranges and models are available.