relative pressure transmitter / membrane / analog / flush diaphragm
851 Pressure Transmitter U.S. GAUGE

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Characteristics

  • Pressure type:

    relative

  • Technology:

    membrane

  • Output signal:

    analog

  • Mounting:

    flush diaphragm, O-ring

  • Other characteristics:

    stainless steel, for the petrochemical industry, explosion-proof, intrinsically safe, for harsh environments, abrasion-resistant, for corrosive environments

  • Process temperature:

    Min.: -40 °C (-40 °F)

    Max.: 100 °C (212 °F)

  • Pressure range:

    Min.: 3 psi

    Max.: 5,000 psi

Description

The model 851 pressure transmitter has both FM and CSA explosion-proof and intrinsic safety approvals with a bench adjustable 5:1 turndown of both the zero and span adjustments. This pressure sensor has 316 wetted parts and housing with a Hastelloy C diaphragm for the flush mount unit.

It is light weight, just 1 lb., and is designed for years of stable performance in the toughest environmental and media conditions, such as refineries, pipelines, petrochemical plants, pulp and paper manufacturing, and water/wastewater treatment facilities. With the cover seal, double O-ring assembly, this pressure transmitter is weather proof and capable of direct spray/clean-in-place applications. The Model 851 pressure transmitter also meets NACE standards for offshore applications.

The 851 has a 4-20 ma output, and is available in pressure ranges from 3 psi to 5000 psi. Accuracy is +/- 0.25% of calibrated span, including linearity, hysteresis, and repeatability (BFSL). A flush version is available for vicious media or media with solids, such as pulp and paper processing.