November 3, 2011
A hot new development from ESI……………………..
The HI2200 is a rugged, high temperature pressure transducer. It is constructed from components selected to operate reliably at elevated temperatures and has a stainless steel and titanium housing. It is suitable for use at operating temperatures of up to 200°C, but the real beauty of this product is that it can not only be used to measure high temperature media, but can also be used in applications where the ambient temperature can also reach 200°C such as inside an oven or furnace for example.
Accurate pressure measurement in high temperature environments is important in many applications and can often present a challenge. With this in mind, the HI2200 has carefully selected components to make accurate measurements at high temperatures. It is equipped with state of the art silicon-on sapphire technology, which offers performance previously unobtainable or prohibitively expensive.
With all titanium alloy wetted parts and stainless steel housing, the HI2200 is designed to operate in demanding environments with outstanding durability and long-term stability. It is available in pressure ranges from 0-1bar to 0-1500bar with un-rationalised mV output with temperature compensated options.
ESI is a company that strives to solve customers’ application, design and supply problems, whilst ensuring to offer the latest technology at reasonable cost with no compromise on quality. The result is one of the most advanced product ranges on the pressure measurement market.
For more information on the HI 2000 Pressure Sensor and other products please contact ESI on +44 (0)1978 262255, or via email us.
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