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DIAPHRAGM SEAL CASE STUDY Diaphragm seals, also known as chemical seals, isolate pressure-measuring instruments from the process media. The system pressure is transmitted to fill fluid through the diaphragm seal, and from there to the pressure-measuring instrument itself. Choosing the right diaphragm seal depends
Why we ask specific transmitter details for diaphragm seal systems Introduction Diaphragm seal systems consist of two important parts. The main parts is the pressure transmitter, being the actual measuring instrument. The other part relates to the diaphragm seal components and its related assembly, filling
Badotherm offers a full welded construction on their diaphragm seal systems. A full welded system means that not only the capillaries are welded to the diaphragm seal body, which is standard practice, but also the capillary is welded with a special construction and special weld
In many industries it is required to have a ‘plastic’ or polymer coating over the diaphragm seals or wetted parts of the diaphragm seals in order to protect your instruments. Badotherm offers a wide range of polymer coatings on their diaphragm seals. Polymer coating are
PRESS RELEASE The next generation of wireless pressure sensors Rotterdam, 1st July 2021. With the intent to bring both of their capabilities to bear, TWTG and Badotherm have joined forces to develop a wireless IoT sensor for pressure measurement. TWTG’s expertise lies in the development