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Pressure instrumentation involves various pressure gauges, transmitters, sensors and transducers that are used to measure and display the units of force on the surface area of a fluid or gas.  Transducers, transmitters and sensors measure density, flow rates, fluid levels in pumps, pipes and tanks and then send a signal to a controller. Pressure gauges are analog or digital devices used to display the readings and provide real-time measurement for effective pressure monitoring. 

Regularly measuring the pressure levels of gas, steam and liquid is critical for safety and quality control in commercial and industrial applications. Some of the industries where instrumentation pressure measurement is used include chemical plants and oil, gas, petroleum or other petrochemical applications, Water and Waste Water, Food and Beverage, Concrete, Aggregate and more.

Pressure gauges and other devices for instrumentation pressure measurement are a cost-effective and reliable solution for preventing equipment failure. Considerations in selecting the right pressure instrumentation solution for your application include: type and range of pressure reading required, operating environment temperature and chemical exposure, level of accuracy required, and any industry specifications.

Pressure Transmitters & More from Trusted Manufacturers

From simple bourdon tube pressure gauges to highly versatile, extremely accurate pressure transmitters, Branom Instrument Co. offers a vast selection of pressure instrumentation for control and monitoring.

Our in-stock inventory includes analog and digital pressure gauges, mechanical and electronic switches, pressure transmitters, and more from some of the industry’s leading manufacturers. The experts at Branom will help you find the perfect pressure instrumentation for your unique needs.

Our instrument pressure measurement solutions include:

  • Analog & Digital Gauges: Pressure devices that collect signals from pressure transmitters and transducers to provide pressure level readings. They are available in both analog and digital formats.
  • Pressure Switches: Pressure devices that monitor pressure and change the electrical contact when a specified pressure level is reached. A common application is for water pumps that control water or fluid levels in a reservoir.
  • Pressure Transducers: Pressure devices that convert pressure readings into voltage or millivolt (mv) signals that are read by a display or PLC.
  • Pressure Transmitters:  Pressure devices that convert pressure reading into Milliamps (mA) signals that are read by a display or PLC.
  • and more

What Is the Difference Between an Analog vs. Digital Pressure Gauge?

Analog and digital pressure gauges both use units of force for measurement but have mechanical differences that should be considered before selecting a gauge for your pressure instrumentation system.

Analog pressure gauges have a needle that is calibrated to respond to fluctuations that occur within a specified parameter. They are often installed to have direct contact with a liquid and provide readings based on changes in pressure. The pressure reading is indicated by the needle pointing to a specific reading on the gauge. Analog pressure gauges are best for operating conditions where there is minimal vibration to ensure accuracy and require adequate lighting to read the gauge.

Digital pressure gauges are an electronic form of pressure instrumentation that provide a higher level of versatility and precision and can display readings using different formats. They can also be used with multiple instrumentation pressure units, eliminating the need for separate pressure gauges.  Digital pressure gauges should be considered if the process changes quickly and can be back lit for use in dark locations.

Programming, Service & Calibration for Pressure Instrumentation Equipment

While the quality of pressure gauges and other pressure instrumentation is important, careful measures must also be taken to properly maintain the equipment to ensure accurate readings and prevent equipment failures and workplace injuries.

Branom offers programming and startup assistance for new pressure instrumentation, along with onsite calibration and technical service for instrumentation pressure devices in the field. Our experts will ensure that you get the best performance and best results from your equipment.

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