To measure the pressure of liquids, gases, and vapours in pipelines or closed vessels or containers, hazardous pressure measurement transmitters and sensors are employed.
The measured medium’s pressure acts on a pressure measuring cell, which transforms it into an electrical signal.
These pressure transmitters and sensors are designed to measure relative or absolute pressure in condensation- or rapidly changing temperature-related situations, such as potentially explosive atmospheres in designated hazardous locations.
A potentially explosive atmosphere in which an explosive liquid or gas atmosphere is likely to occur during normal operation is referred to as a Zone 1 Hazardous Area.
Zone 2 Hazardous Area: Potentially explosive environment where explosive liquid or gas atmospheres are unlikely to occur normally and, if they do, last only briefly.
The Global Hazardous Area Pressure Sensors market accounted for $XX Billion in 2023 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2024 to 2030.
For usage in Class I, Division 2 hazardous sites, Core Technologies’ CS50 Non-Incendive Pressure Transducer is a high-strength sensor.
The CS50 has an IP65 minimum rating and an all-welded stainless steel structure. The CS50 is a flexible pressure transducer with a wide range of adjustable options that is made to work in some of the most challenging environments. The CS50 is a great option for uses like process control instrumentation, hydrogen compression and storage, and natural gas compression.
The Turck Minifast electrical connection is included with the CS50 Non-Incendive Pressure Transducer to make installation in Class I, Division 2 hazardous areas easier.
There is no need for conduit to be built over the cable when used in conjunction with a Turck cordset that has received CSA Division 2 approval and a Turck Lokfast Guard. In addition to making installation simple, this also makes changing out sensors less difficult. Core Sensors is able to provide the entire system as a whole.
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