Viatran: Model 386 pressure transmitter

Name *: Viatran: Model 386 pressure transmitter
Description *: 
The model 386 pressure transmitter has a flush-tip, zero-cavity design. This configuration eliminates the traditional measurement challenges of pressure transmitter port clogging. It also removes installation torque effects on the output signal. The model 386 incorporates a solid stainless-steel machined diaphragm (Inconel optional), along with all-welded sealed housings. The model also has an isolated sensor, which eliminates the need for adjustments to the pressure transmitter after installation.

Units are available in 13 uniquely configurable standard ranges, covering 0–150 to 0–10 K psig or psis, along with a variety of electrical connections. Depending upon range, the model can withstand up to 1.5 times proof pressure (10 K psi range) and up to 5 times burst pressure (or 30 K psi, whichever is less). Typical applications for the model 386 flush-tip pressure transmitter include paint finishing systems, automotive and aerospace test stands, in-laboratory research and development, process pressure measurements, adhesives, sludge and slurries, and viscous media measurements.
Date Submitted*:  10/5/2016