Explosion-proof switches

  • 22-Dec-2008 08:49 EST

Ashcroft Type B700 explosion-proof pressure switches can be configured for harsh pressure media and demanding operating environments. Enclosed in a NEMA 7/9-IP66 rated housing, the switches can be used in Class 1, Division 1&2 and Class 2, Division 1&2 hazardous locations. Each device can be configured with various diaphragm materials, including Monel, or with external diaphragm seals for especially caustic media. The switches come in ranges from 0/10 in H2O to 0/3000 psi and in D/P ranges to 600 psid, accommodating up to 1500 psi static (line) pressure.
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