Product Introductions in April 2011

Meet the Latest Product Introductions from This Month

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Mettler Toledo 
800/786 0038


The HP-60 control valve is engineered for use in high- pressure chemical applications, including research, injection and pilot plants.   HP-60 is a 60,000-PSI, low-flow control valve able to withstand intense pressure, and provides a moderate level of corrosion resistance. The versatility of the HP-60 creates a singular solution for high-pressure applications; it can be used for both flow control and as a Class IV shutoff valve.
Badger Meter   

 Virtual Recorder

The Omega iTHX-SD transmitter lets users monitor and record temperature, relative humidity and dew point over an Ethernet network or the Internet with no special software except a web browser. It serves Active Web Pages to display real-time readings, display charts of temperature and humidity, or log data in standard data formats for use in a spreadsheet or data acquisition program, such as Excel or Visual Basic.

The Fisher CS800 Series direct-operated, spring-loaded regulators with overpressure protection options is ideal for industrial applications needing accurate control, fast speed of response and easy maintenance. It is available with flanged or threaded end connections, outlet pressure settings from 3.5 in. w.c. to 7.5 psig (9 to 515 mbar), orifice sizes from 1/4-in. (6.4mm) to 1 3/8-in. (35mm), and the option for internal or external pressure registration. 
Fisher Regulators   
800/558 5853  Pressure Instruments ISOLATED PRESSURE INSTRUMENTS
Ashcroft pressure instruments are configurable with media isolators specifically engineered for harsh or corrosive process liquids and gases. Ashcroft seals are available in a variety of sizes, wetted materials and configurations, including capsule type, welded or bonded and clamped designs with threaded, flanged and flushing connections. They come pre-assembled, filled and ready for installation in severe-service applications.


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