Is your high temperature pressure sensor safe?
High temperature pressure sensor is the most commonly used pressure transmitter in industrial practice. It is widely used in various industrial automatic control environments, involving petroleum pipelines, water conservancy and hydropower, railway transportation, aerospace, boilers, furnaces and many other industries. Since the high medium temp during the measurement process, the safety requirements of the sensor are also more stringent. So, is your high-temperature pressure sensor really safe?
When choosing high temperature pressure sensor, first of all, it is necessary to have the most basic CE certification to ensure that the products are safe and not noly qualified. Secondly, Exiall CT6 Ga certification is required, the intrinsically safe type will not produce an explosion, and any electric sparks or any thermal effects generated under the conditions specified in the standard (including normal operation and specified fault conditions) cannot ignite the specified explosive gas Circuit (Explosion-proof technology in zone 0 / I). At the same time, explosive gas, mist, vapor or combustible dust may cause explosive atmosphere. If enough material is mixed with air, even the smallest sparks can cause an explosion. ATEX certification is also an explosion-proof directive that high temperature pressure sensors must provide to protect the safe use of pressure transmitters in hazardous areas. At present, when you use industrial products, most people are also more concerned about the materials and process standards of them. They tend to choose products that are beneficial to human health and environmental protection. Then the RoHS standard will also be under your consideration.
The above industry standard certification is a necessary condition for a qualified high temperature pressure sensor. It is also the only way to ensure production safety and accuracy and life of pressure sensors. At the same time, the author recommends that you choose high-temperature pressure sensors produced by regular manufacturers to achieve a better use effect.