VIATRAN has designed a pressure transmitter, the Model 572, with a Hastelloy secondary containment chamber that can withstand pressure spikes up to 40,000psi.
It is the right pressure transmitter for sour gas applications in the oil and gas industry and for many other corrosive applications.
Available from Specialised Industrial Systems , the Model 572 pressure transmitter is safe, durable and accurate.
The secondary containment chamber that surrounds the transmitter sensor contains any gas leakage occurring after rupture of the diaphragm.
This unique solution to the problem allows the chamber to contain ruptures anywhere within the pressure cavity.
The high strength 316 stainless steel and Hastelloy C-276 used in the construction of our 572 transmitter are recognized by the National Association of Corrosion Engineers (NACE).
All wetted parts, including the diaphragm and secondary containment chamber, are made from Hastelloy (C-276), a highly corrosion resistant alloy.
The ORing free construction adds to its many safety features.
Viatran's unique control module is hermetically sealed with magnetically-coupled adjustments, preventing exposure of the electronics to the severe environment.
Compact and completely sealed, the 572 can withstand submersion to 100 feet.
Model 572 is safe, reliable and easily installed.
The 572 is designed to meet Explosion Proof and Intrinsic Safety standards of Factory Mutual (FM), the Canadian Standards Association (CSA) and Cenelec(EEx).