Severe Pressures

Tackle measurement challenges caused by severe pressures.

Extreme pressures can be high or low, and both ends of the spectrum present their unique challenges. Pressure gauges and transmitters must be able to operate continuously and for potentially years at a time within the expected operating range, but should have additional capacity to withstand pressure spikes up to 20,000 psi (1379 bar).

Explore these resources to learn about instrumentation specifically designed to handle the challenges of high and low pressure applications:

3051S High Static DP Transmitter
Learn how the Rosemount 3051S High Static Transmitter performs in challenging offshore and subsea applications.
Rosemount 4600
Find out how an oil and gas facility saved $290,000 in panel costs with compact, high pressure transmitters.
Rosemount 3051S High Static Differential Pressure Transmitter
Make critical measurements and meet weight and installation cost requirements with high static DP transmitters.
Technical Note
Specify the correct remote diaphragm seal solution for vacuum applications to ensure reliability and accuracy.
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