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Ultra High Purity Gauges and Transducers

Ultra High Purity Gauges and Transducers

Market leaders WIKA have a large range of ultra-high purity pressure gauges and ultra-high purity pressure transducers for precise pressure measurement. Fluid Controls is an official UK distributor for WIKA and can supply their full range of reliable, high-quality gauges and transducers for a wide variety of applications.

Ultra-High Purity Pressure Gauge – WIKA Hydra-Gauge

WIKA’s Hydra-Gauge Ultra High Purity Pressure Gauge has been developed with precision and reliability in mind. The patented HYDRA double diaphragm system allows for a safe and reliable separation of the pressure sensor from the process medium. Some of the features of this pressure gauge series include stainless steel pressure measurement devices, 360° rotation (even after installation) and optional electrical switch contacts.

Ultra-High Purity Pressure Transducer – WIKA HYDRA-Dry

WIKA’s HYDRA-Dry Ultra High Purity Pressure Transducer offers high accuracy and reliability, along with ultra-clean wetted parts and surfaces. The patented HYDRA double diaphragm system enables a safe and reliable separation of the pressure sensor from the process medium. Simultaneously diffusing process media such as HF or HCI, vapours are released into the environment to avoid any falsification of the measuring result or the destruction of the sensor element.

Ultra-High Purity Transducer – WIKA WUD-20

WIKA’s WUD-20 Ultra High Purity Pressure Transducer comes with an integrated display and the option of switch contacts. These transducers allow for the safest and most accurate pressure measurements that are needed for today’s market requirements. The WUD-20 can be readily installed in ‘on-tool’ gas distribution systems and its bright, rotatable LED display can be easily read from any position. The WUD-20’s small footprint also makes it the most compact UHP transducer in the market and is optimally suited for installation in applications with limited mounting space.

For more information on ultra-high purity pressure gauges and transducers, or to purchase a WIKA pressure gauge or transducer, call Fluid Controls today on 0118 970 2060 or email fluid@fluidcontrols.co.uk.

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