Flow-Through Annular Style, Replaceable Diaphragm Seals-type 40

Process liquid flowing through the pipe exerts pressure onto a flush-mounted flexible inner cylinder containing clean, captive liquid; completely isolating instrumentation from the process flow and preventing plugging
Can be used for remote mounting of pressure instrument(s) with capillary, see options & accessories below
Instrumentation can be removed for calibration, repair or replacement without interrupting the process flow
Integral design prevents accidental breakage
Can be used with a variety of process conditions in many applications
Eliminates clogging typically associated with diaphragm seals used in viscous fluid applications which can lead to inaccurate pressure readings
Assembly flanges ASME B16.1 Class 150, 2″ to 10″

Flow-Through Annular Style, Replaceable Diaphragm Seal-TYPE 40

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