Durham Instruments supplies a wide range of pressure sensors and transmitters. Our sensors are used for measuring the pressure of both liquids and gasses. They provide an electric signal that indicates pressure per unit area as a well as other variables such as flow, speed, level, and altitude. The many applications for pressure sensors range from aircraft and automobiles to weather instruments, rockets, and satellites. In fact, practically every modern machine involves the use of a pressure sensor. They are also sometimes referred to as manometers, pressure transducers, or pressure indicators. But regardless of what you call them, we have what you need.
Pressure sensor product line
The many different pressure sensors we can provide offer a variety of options for design, technology, application and performance. For example, just some of the various types we can supply include gauge, sealed, vacuum, absolute, and differential. They are used for measuring pressures relative to another variable such as a fixed pressure, vaccum, or atmospheric pressure.
Additional sub-categories of pressure sensors and related equipment we can provide include board mountable/OEM pressure sensors, elements and transmitters.
OEM and board mountable sensors are ideal for applications that require a compact, lightweight, and economical solution. These sensors use piezoresistive silicon MEMS technology, which enables applications involving non-corrosive dry gases.
Pressure sensor expertise
We have more than 30 years of experience supplying a wide range of measuring instruments. We are able to offer the most reliable, accurate, and durable pressure sensors on the market because we maintain a superior supplier chain. If none of our standard products are ideal for your application, we can customize them to suit your needs.
Pressure sensor industries
Our pressure transducers and transmitters are used in a wide range of industries. Some of the markets we have experience serving include aerospace, mining, packaging, military, forestry, medical, food and pharmaceuticals.