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Anchor1

Anchor2

Features:

  • Pressure ranges from 100 mbar (40 “H2O) to 100 bar (1450 psi). Vacuum to -1 bar (-14.5 psi)
  • Extremely robust with high over pressure and burst pressure rating
  • Drift-free operation > 100 million pressure cycles
  • High long-term stability and repeatability
  • Only suitable for low pressure gases (<25 bar / 363 psi)

Pros:

  • Ceramic does not age or fatigue (long-term stability)
  • Minimal temperature influence on the ceramic material and measurement
  • High chemical resistance
  • Counter electrode (base) supports the diaphragm in case of over pressure
  • Easy to troubleshoot – crack in the diaphragm results in a positive offset (20 – 35% of measuring range)

Cons:

  • Elastomer sealing is necessary -  for gases only below 25 bar / 363 psi; quickly decreasing pressure can lead to mechanical failure of the seal due to its permeability
  • Support of the measuring cell is necessary; this leads to added cost

    Features:

  • Pressure ranges from 100 mbar (40 “H2O) to 100 bar (1450 psi). Vacuum to -1 bar (-14.5 psi)
  • Extremely robust with high over pressure and burst pressure rating
  • Drift-free operation > 100 million pressure cycles
  • High long-term stability and repeatability
  • Only suitable for low pressure gases (<25 bar / 363 psi)
  • Pros:

  • Ceramic does not age or fatigue (long-term stability)
  • Minimal temperature influence on the ceramic material and measurement
  • High chemical resistance
  • Counter electrode (base) supports the diaphragm in case of over pressure
  • Easy to troubleshoot – crack in the diaphragm results in a positive offset (20 – 35% of measuring range)
  • Cons:

  • Elastomer sealing is necessary -  for gases only below 25 bar / 363 psi; quickly decreasing pressure can lead to mechanical failure of the seal due to its permeability
  • Support of the measuring cell is necessary; this leads to added cost

Features:

  • Pressure ranges from 100 mbar (40 “H2O) to 100 bar (1450 psi). Vacuum to -1 bar (-14.5 psi)
  • Extremely robust with high over pressure and burst pressure rating
  • Drift-free operation > 100 million pressure cycles
  • High long-term stability and repeatability
  • Only suitable for low pressure gases (<25 bar / 363 psi)

Pros:

  • Ceramic does not age or fatigue (long-term stability)
  • Minimal temperature influence on the ceramic material and measurement
  • High chemical resistance
  • Counter electrode (base) supports the diaphragm in case of over pressure
  • Easy to troubleshoot – crack in the diaphragm results in a positive offset (20 – 35% of measuring range)

Cons:

  • Elastomer sealing is necessary -  for gases only below 25 bar / 363 psi; quickly decreasing pressure can lead to mechanical failure of the seal due to its permeability
  • Support of the measuring cell is necessary; this leads to added cost

My Anchor: Text with the anchor itself

Features:

  • Pressure ranges from 100 mbar (40 “H2O) to 100 bar (1450 psi). Vacuum to -1 bar (-14.5 psi)
  • Extremely robust with high over pressure and burst pressure rating
  • Drift-free operation > 100 million pressure cycles
  • High long-term stability and repeatability
  • Only suitable for low pressure gases (<25 bar / 363 psi)

Pros:

  • Ceramic does not age or fatigue (long-term stability)
  • Minimal temperature influence on the ceramic material and measurement
  • High chemical resistance
  • Counter electrode (base) supports the diaphragm in case of over pressure
  • Easy to troubleshoot – crack in the diaphragm results in a positive offset (20 – 35% of measuring range)

Cons:

  • Elastomer sealing is necessary -  for gases only below 25 bar / 363 psi; quickly decreasing pressure can lead to mechanical failure of the seal due to its permeability
  • Support of the measuring cell is necessary; this leads to added cost

    Features:

  • Pressure ranges from 100 mbar (40 “H2O) to 100 bar (1450 psi). Vacuum to -1 bar (-14.5 psi)
  • Extremely robust with high over pressure and burst pressure rating
  • Drift-free operation > 100 million pressure cycles
  • High long-term stability and repeatability
  • Only suitable for low pressure gases (<25 bar / 363 psi)
  • Pros:

  • Ceramic does not age or fatigue (long-term stability)
  • Minimal temperature influence on the ceramic material and measurement
  • High chemical resistance
  • Counter electrode (base) supports the diaphragm in case of over pressure
  • Easy to troubleshoot – crack in the diaphragm results in a positive offset (20 – 35% of measuring range)
  • Cons:

  • Elastomer sealing is necessary -  for gases only below 25 bar / 363 psi; quickly decreasing pressure can lead to mechanical failure of the seal due to its permeability
  • Support of the measuring cell is necessary; this leads to added cost

    Features:

  • Pressure ranges from 100 mbar (40 “H2O) to 100 bar (1450 psi). Vacuum to -1 bar (-14.5 psi)
  • Extremely robust with high over pressure and burst pressure rating
  • Drift-free operation > 100 million pressure cycles
  • High long-term stability and repeatability
  • Only suitable for low pressure gases (<25 bar / 363 psi)
  • Pros:

  • Ceramic does not age or fatigue (long-term stability)
  • Minimal temperature influence on the ceramic material and measurement
  • High chemical resistance
  • Counter electrode (base) supports the diaphragm in case of over pressure
  • Easy to troubleshoot – crack in the diaphragm results in a positive offset (20 – 35% of measuring range)
  • Cons:

  • Elastomer sealing is necessary -  for gases only below 25 bar / 363 psi; quickly decreasing pressure can lead to mechanical failure of the seal due to its permeability
  • Support of the measuring cell is necessary; this leads to added cost

Anchor 2

Features:

  • Pressure ranges from 100 mbar (40 “H2O) to 100 bar (1450 psi). Vacuum to -1 bar (-14.5 psi)
  • Extremely robust with high over pressure and burst pressure rating
  • Drift-free operation > 100 million pressure cycles
  • High long-term stability and repeatability
  • Only suitable for low pressure gases (<25 bar / 363 psi)

Pros:

  • Ceramic does not age or fatigue (long-term stability)
  • Minimal temperature influence on the ceramic material and measurement
  • High chemical resistance
  • Counter electrode (base) supports the diaphragm in case of over pressure
  • Easy to troubleshoot – crack in the diaphragm results in a positive offset (20 – 35% of measuring range)

Cons:

  • Elastomer sealing is necessary -  for gases only below 25 bar / 363 psi; quickly decreasing pressure can lead to mechanical failure of the seal due to its permeability
  • Support of the measuring cell is necessary; this leads to added cost

    Features:

  • Pressure ranges from 100 mbar (40 “H2O) to 100 bar (1450 psi). Vacuum to -1 bar (-14.5 psi)
  • Extremely robust with high over pressure and burst pressure rating
  • Drift-free operation > 100 million pressure cycles
  • High long-term stability and repeatability
  • Only suitable for low pressure gases (<25 bar / 363 psi)
  • Pros:

  • Ceramic does not age or fatigue (long-term stability)
  • Minimal temperature influence on the ceramic material and measurement
  • High chemical resistance
  • Counter electrode (base) supports the diaphragm in case of over pressure
  • Easy to troubleshoot – crack in the diaphragm results in a positive offset (20 – 35% of measuring range)
  • Cons:

  • Elastomer sealing is necessary -  for gases only below 25 bar / 363 psi; quickly decreasing pressure can lead to mechanical failure of the seal due to its permeability
  • Support of the measuring cell is necessary; this leads to added cost

    Features:

  • Pressure ranges from 100 mbar (40 “H2O) to 100 bar (1450 psi). Vacuum to -1 bar (-14.5 psi)
  • Extremely robust with high over pressure and burst pressure rating
  • Drift-free operation > 100 million pressure cycles
  • High long-term stability and repeatability
  • Only suitable for low pressure gases (<25 bar / 363 psi)
  • Pros:

  • Ceramic does not age or fatigue (long-term stability)
  • Minimal temperature influence on the ceramic material and measurement
  • High chemical resistance
  • Counter electrode (base) supports the diaphragm in case of over pressure
  • Easy to troubleshoot – crack in the diaphragm results in a positive offset (20 – 35% of measuring range)
  • Cons:

  • Elastomer sealing is necessary -  for gases only below 25 bar / 363 psi; quickly decreasing pressure can lead to mechanical failure of the seal due to its permeability
  • Support of the measuring cell is necessary; this leads to added cost