February 25, 2021
You wouldn’t believe the number of applications that require a pressure transmitter. All over the world, in industries from food processing to space rockets, pressures need to be measured. So it’s no surprise that sometimes a standard pressure transmitter design won’t fit.
Space restrictions, harsh chemicals and environments, hazardous areas, varying pressure ranges and unusual outputs are all factors that may make a pressure measurement solution that little bit more complicated.
Although ESI has a robust portfolio of standard products, we also have a team of creative thinkers and engineers with extensive experience in electronic, software and mechanical instruments, who enable us to offer a complete design service using the latest technologies, even for small quantities. We work closely with our customers to identify the unique characteristics of their applications in order to create the best possible solution.
Sensor technology, pressure port threads, output signals, pressure ranges, electrical connections and wetted parts can be adapted to the requirements of the application and we also offer bespoke labelling and laser-marking.
The benefits of a custom designed solution include better efficiency, easier installation, increased durability and overall increased levels of effectiveness. Stringent quality control and processes at every stage of the manufacturing process ensure our customers are completely satisfied with the end product.
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