PNy(p) series (pneumatic)

PNy(p) series, AC/AC group, like other displacement transducers made by Peltron are based on the differential transformer principle – LVDT.  The transformer is placed inside a cylindrical case. There is a magnetic core inside the transformer. Displacement of the core results in a change in the transducer’s output signal.  This series is equipped with a return spring so the core is not  fixed to a moveable object. Pneumatic version has a air-pressure used to push the core out. One transducer of PNy(p) series works with a one channel conditioner like amplifier WG06. It is used mainly to measure flatness of glass windows.

MPX – Pressure transducer

Miniature pressure transducers used to measure both relative and absolute pressure of liquids and gases.

WT-2 amplifier

10 canals strain gauge amplifier

przetwornik ciśnienia

NPC – Pressure transducer

Basic economic transducer to measure pressure of gases and liquids both neutral and chemical aggressive with ceramic diaphragm.

Separator membranowy Flush

Diaphragm separators, flush type

Sterile Process Connection, Diaphragm Seals

For Aseptic, Chemical and Pharmaceutical Industry Aseptic connection

Separators for milk industry

Separators with sterile pressure connectors. Used in food and  pharmaceutical industry.

Tubus separators

separator membranowy higieniczny

Separators for food industry

Can separators

Flange separators

Flange separators are made according to DIN EN 1092-1 or ANSI B16.5. or any ather standards. Pressure connection on the device’s side is any type fe.:  M20x1,5, G1/2”, NPT  or others. Remote version is also possible using cappilary stiff or flexible.  Its length is to agree.  Wetted parts are made mostly of 304 or 316 steel. For chemical aggressive media Hastelloy is used or flange are PTFE covered.

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