|Diaphragm seal for pressure measurement device|
- Corrosive media that will prematurely deteriorate the pressure sensing element.
- Viscous or fibrous media, also those that may crystallize or polymerize, posing a risk of clogging channels, tubes, and orifices of pressure measurement devices.
- Media temperature that is beyond the rated range for the pressure measurement device has a potential to damage the instrument or cause error in the pressure reading.
- A measuring point that is remotely located from where a technician may need to observe the reading. Also conceivable, the pressure measurement device needs to be located away from other potentially damaging environmental conditions.
- The process requirements dictate specific hygienic requirements that are cause for the measurement device to be isolated from the medium.
- Toxic or otherwise hazardous media that must be contained.
- Excursions of system pressure may exceed the acceptable range of the instrument, potentially damaging the device.
|Threaded diaphragm seal|