Swagelok® Measurement Devices
Swagelok offers easy-to-operate and easy-to-read gauges, transducers, sensors, and flowmeters that provide accurate readings on demand.Request More Information
FV4 Series Flow Sensors help identify increasing or decreasing flow in gas systems. The snap-action float provides positive actuation for accurate sensing.
Swagelok gauges provide accurate pressure measurement for industrial, ultrahigh-purity, and sanitary applications. They are offered in a wide range of pressure ranges, dial sizes, connections, mountings, and options to support a wide range of customer requirements.
Swagelok pressure transducers provide accurate electronic pressure monitoring for industrial applications. Transducers are offered in a wide range of pressure ranges, process connections, electrical connectors, and output signals to support a wide range of customer requirements.
Smart products capture and report critical flow, temperature, and pressure of process samples destined for process analyzers. They provide a window into your sampling system that can help maintain analyzer uptime.
Thermometers, Dampened-Movement Bimetal Thermometers
Swagelok thermometers are actuated by a bimetal helix coil. Silicone-free gel inserts dampen vibration effects, and cases are hermetically sealed in accordance with ASME B40.200 to prevent fogging and moisture damage to internal components.
Thermowells are recommended to protect Swagelok dampened-movement bimetal thermometers from damage that could result from contact with pressurized, corrosive, flowing, viscous, or abrasive process fluids. They also enable removal of thermometers for replacement or service without affecting the process or system.
Tube Adapter Pressure Gauges
Swagelok tube adapters can help eliminate difficult alignment problems and can be used with any Swagelok tube fitting. When installing a gauge with a pipe fitting end connection, it is often difficult to align the dial to the desired position without damaging the gauge.
Variable Area Flowmeters
Swagelok variable area flowmeters measure the flow rate of liquids and gases to help you maintain stable fluid flow for process accuracy.
- Pressure Gauges, General Purpose Gauge with ECE R110 Approval, PGN Series
- Pressure Gauges, Ultrahigh-Purity and Clean Dry Air
- Process Pressure Gauges and Pressure Gauges for Panel Builders, PGI and PBG Series
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Features: One device measures both pressure and temperature in near-real time; ANSI/ISA 76.00.02-compliant interface compatible with Swagelok® MPC series modular system or 1/4 in. Swagelok tube fitting end connections; IP64 ingress protection; ± 2 % full-scale pressure measurement accuracy; ± 4°F (± 2.2°C) absolute temperature measurement accuracy; Low-volume flow path and rapid purge bowl design dramatically reduce delay time in sample systems; Two analog putputs (0 to 5 V )for pressure and temperature
Features: Easy-to-read dial sizes with dual and single scales; 50 % overrange protection; Stainless steel construction
Features: Monitor vacuum and positive system pressures up to 15 000 psi, 1000 bar, or 100 000 kPa; 2 1/2 in. (63 mm) dial size; Fits industry-standard 2 9/16 in. (65.0 mm) panel hole cutout
Features: ECE R110 approval for use on compressed natural gas vehicles; 50 and 63 mm (2 and 2 1/2 in.) dial sizes; Orifice: 0.023 in. (0.58 mm); Polycarbonate lens for additional protection; Transducer output available on 50 mm gauge with brass end connections
Features: 50 mm (1 1/2 and 2 in.) dial sizes; Accuracy in accordance with ASME B40.100; 316L VAR end connections (PGU series); Center-back and lower mount configurations
Features: Up to six network-controlled pilot valves; LED valve status indicators; Threaded end connections for inlet, outlets, and exhaust; Integrates easily with conventional or Swagelok® modular platform component (MPC) systems; DeviceNet™ network interface; IP64 ingress protection
Features: Accuracy 0.5 % of span limit point calibration (0.25 % of span best fit straight line); Broad selection of pressure ranges, engineering units in psi, bar, MPa, kg/cm2, and kPa. Pressure references: gauge (vacuum, positive, compound) and absolute; Available with a variety of electrical connections and output signals; Available with a variety of process connections including flush diaphragm and Swagelok® tube adapter
Features: Glass and metal (armored) tube models, including miniature armored model; Highly accurate measurement even at very low flow, with individually calibrated scales based on flow tests; Flexible and adaptable to specific system requirements; High quality, durability, and repeatability; 1/8 to 1 1/4 in. process end connections
Features: Senses increasing or decreasing flow in gas systems; Actuates an electrical switch at a predetermined flow range; Welded 316L SS construction; Working pressures up to 5000 psig (344 bar).
Features: 40, 50, 63, 100, 115, and 160 mm (1 1/2, 2, 2 1/2, 4, 4 1/2 and 6 in.) dial sizes; Accuracy in accordance with ASME, EN, and JIS; Available with a variety of end connections, including Swagelok® tube adapters; Center-back, lower-back, and lower mount configurations; Stainless steel and reinforced thermoplastic construction; Available unfilled or liquid filled
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