Pressure seals are used with the I/A Series Pressure Transmitters when it is necessary to keep the transmitter isolated from the process. A sealed system is used for a process fluid that may be corrosive, viscous, subject to temperature extremes, toxic, sanitary, or tend to collect and solidify.FEATURES
  • Selection of flanged level or flanged remote mount seals with flush or extended diaphragms. Also recessed diaphragm seals for direct or remote mount with flanged, in-line saddle weld or threaded process connections.
  • Sanitary direct or remote mount diaphragm seals offered that meet FDA requirements. Sanitary ends secured to process pipe or tank spud with Tri-Clover® Tri-Clamps®.
  • FDA approved Neobee® fill fluid for sanitary applications.
  • Flanged seals with ANSI® or BS/DIN carbon or stainless steel flanges in many sizes and ratings.
  • Seals with threaded process connections from 1/4 to 1 1/2 NPT.
  • In-line, saddle weld seals for 3- or 4-inch (and larger) process pipes.
• Numerous seal sizes available depending on the seal model selected.
• Diaphragms available flush with the flange face; and also available with extensions for flush mounting with inside surface of the tank.
• Capillary lengths from 1.5 to 9 m (5 to 30 ft) for remote mount applications. Capillary is 316 ss with flexible armor, and is available with or without a protective coating.
• Carbon steel, 316L ss, highly corrosion-resistant Hastelloy® C276, Titanium, Monel®, Nickel, and Inconel® are offered as diaphragm materials consistent with the seal configuration selected.
• Fill fluids accommodate process temperatures up to 204°C (400°F) for sanitary and direct connect seals, and up to 304°C (580°F) for remote capillary connected seals.