Durham Instruments

900 McKay Rd Unit 3, Pickering, Ontario, L1W3X8 Canada Show map
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Pressure Measurement & Control Testing Equipment

Durham Instruments sells pressure measurement and control testing equipment that can help you accurately determine a range of pressure-based environmental factors. Each are made by quality manufacturers such as Measurement Specialties, which ensures they meet international standards. Many function in harsh environments, while all deliver accuracy and precision.

Diverse product line

We offer five different types of pressure sensors and transmitters, each performing a unique range of specifications.

Our sensors for OEM are board mountable and made of silicone, allowing them to function in the presence of dry gas. Models include the 1200 series, which feature outputs that reach up to 100 mV and feature laser-trimmed resistors for greater performance in a range of temperatures. We also carry blood pressure sensors such as the Model 1620, which is a low-cost disposable model that meets Association for the Advancement of Medical Instrumentation (AAMI) standards.

Liquid level transducers, meanwhile, work to determine levels in tanks and other units. The KPSI 27 transducer is non-submersible, but works in a range of harsh environments and can detect pressure up to 2,000 psi. Submersible models are also available, and they include the KPSI 320, which is accurate to within 0.25 per cent and can be lowered in water to depths of up to 700 ft.

Our element sensors are made of stainless steel, allowing them to function efficiently in environments where heat, moisture and chemicals are present. The 154N series is a compact sensor that can be mounted to o-rings in corrosive environments, withstanding temperatures of up to 125 degrees Celsius.

For a complete listing of our pressure measurement equipment, including pressure and vacuum transducers, please visit our website.


Our entire line of pressure sensors are extremely versatile, making them valuable in a variety of applications, including the measurement of altitude, depth flow and speed. They are commonly used in industries such as medical, mining, forestry, automotive and more.