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Portable differential pressure measurement with internal sensor

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INSTROTECH is offering Kobold’s pressure measuring devices HND-p121/p231 to hnd-p127, with integrated pressure sensors. They have two pressure measurement inputs on the top of the housing that are connected to the measuring points by means of a stable metal connection and plastic hoses, available as accessories.

Numerous measuring ranges in the overpressure and underpressure range are available for various measurement tasks, such as differential pressure measurement.

“In addition to pressure display, these compact, universally applicable measuring units offer additional functions such as minimum/maximum value memory, a hold function, tare function, automatic self-shut-off, or zero point offset,” the company said in a statement.

The devices with an expanded spectrum of functions also have a logger function, a peak value memory, minimum/maximum alarm, an adjustable measuring cycle, and averaging.

Areas of application are chemical, pharmaceutical and food industries; machine and apparatus construction as well as piping and container construction.

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