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Welcome to our Badotherm blog page.

On social media you may not see all of our posts and some posts will disappear after a while. That’s why we created this blog page, all of our valuable posts are available at any time. You can expect many interesting articles and information on pressure and temperature measurement. Besides that, we keep you informed on the development within the Badotherm company as well, from all of our worldwide locations.

We’ve created separate pages with categories, as well as clickable tags. All to make it easier to navigate and read more on particular subjects of your choice.

transmitter diaphragm seal
Products

Protect your instruments with polymer coatings

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

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About us

Join the Badotherm team!

As Badotherm is expanding and growing as a company, our team in Dordrecht (The Netherlands) is looking for new colleagues. Kom jij bij ons werken? Badotherm is een gezellig familiebedrijf met vestigingen in verschillende landen. Onze locatie in Dordrecht bestaat uit een kantoor, magazijn en

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Pressure measurement up to 850°C (1560°F)
Applications

Pressure measurement up to 850°C (1560°F) – HTDS 3.0

After our introduction of the Badotherm HTDS up to 600°C process temperature, our R&D did not stop pushing the limits. Again we found a solution to increase the limits of pressure measurements at high process temperatures. Our experience with our HTDS design gave us the

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Expertise

Welding qualification Zirconium and 25-22-2 foil

Today again some good developments to share: we added more materials to the list of welding certifications (WPQ / PQR acc. ASME IX): – Zirconium 702 diaphragm to Zirconium 702 seal body – 25-22-2 diaphragm to an AISI 310 MoLn body.   Both of these

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