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Population growth and climate change present new, pressing challenges for our world’s water supply. Water, Wastewater Water treatment is the process of manipulating or cleaning water for a specific use. Typical uses include: water for drinking, industrial processes, medical use, wastewater treatment, and returning water to the environment.
The instrumentation Floyd Instruments provides to this industry is largely related to pressure. Process and industrial pressure gauges is by far the most common product sold in this market.
Industrial Pressure Gauges
Floyd Instruments Industrial Pressure Gauges are specifically designed to meet the stringent demands of any industrial application. Suitable for all applications where accuracy, repeatability and long term stability are of importance. They can be used for liquid or gaseous substances within non corrosive applications where the medium will not attack brass or bronze.
Ideally suited to harsh environmental conditions, due to the stainless steel case, which can be supplied dry or liquid filled when protection is required against pulsation and or vibration.
Standard scales are offered in either single scale kPa or dual kPa/PSI but also can be modified to suit your special requirements from different scales, coloured sectors, purpose wording, logos and red lines.
For use on corrosive and non-corrosive applications, where the medium may contain solids or solidify which would cause the normal bourdon tubes to be blocked and unserviceable. Diaphragm seals can be fitted to a vast array of pressure/vacuum gauges.
The normal working temperatures of diaphragm seals is 0-100 degC but can be rated as high as 300 degC when filled with HT silicone oil and the gauge separated from the diaphragm seal using an extended neck or capillary tubing.