Pressure transmitter for harsh environments
Hammer Union pressure transmitter from Scientific Technologies Inc., Automation Products Group, is intended for use with highly abrasive and corrosive media and certified for intrinsically safe operation in hazardous locations.
Logan, UT —Hammer Union pressure transmitter from the Automation Products Group of Scientific Technologies Inc. features cCSAus certification for intrinsically safe operation in hazardous locations. NEMA 4x/IP44 device is engineered for use with highly abrasive and corrosive media and complies with NACE (National Association of Corrosion Engineers) standards for sour gas pressure applications. It is specifically designed for harsh oil patch environments in applications such as mud logging, cementing, fracturing, and acidizing.
Rugged transmitter is said to offer exceptional shock and vibration resistance, while providing better thandels.
—Control Engineering Daily News Desk
Jeanine Katzel , senior editor
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