Thermal Lockout for Hermetic Pressure Switches Infographic

 

In hydraulic systems, cold start-ups often cause pressure switching errors that disappear once the system reaches its normal operating temperature. The culprit behind these false high pressure signals is increased fluid viscosity, which temporarily increases the differential pressure across the diaphragm or pressure sensing device. A thermal lockout mechanism based on a snap-acting, temperature-sensitive bimetallic disc can prevent this problem.

Check out our infographic to see how it works.

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