October 2003


Applications for multifunction pressure instruments

Case histories show how these devices can improve reliability and lower costs

Jethra, R., SOR Inc.

Until recently, there seemed to be little commonality in the type of pressure sensing instrument chosen by various industrial users. Developing and successfully applying electronic pressure instruments may bring about more standardization and the implementation of beneficial commonality. Our case histories show how. Boiler management and control instrumentation. Boiler conditions must be monitored to maintain efficient and safe operation. A typical boiler management system monitors gas and oil pressures, oil and water temperatures, and steam/hot water supply pressure. Continuous steam/hot water supply pressure monitoring

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