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Diaphragm Type Pressure Switch

Pressure Switch – Diaphragm Type – Series DM 601:
The SWITZER DM-601 (PS-601) pressure switch has been designed for control and monitoring applications. The measuring element is a fully welded diaphragm made of stainless steel 316L. This corrosion-resistant pressure switch is suitable for a broad range of media used in the process industry.
Pressure Switch DM-601 (PS-601) has a high switch point repeatability of ±1%, which enables reliable switching. The switch point can be specified on-site with an external adjustment option. Adjustable switch differential enables the realization of flexible on/off controls. This wide setting range is often needed for the on/off control mode of cyclic applications.
Pressure Switch – Diaphragm Type – Series PS 01:
The SWITZER PS-01 is a high-quality pressure switch that has been developed especially for safety-critical applications. The high quality of the product with established systems and manufacturing processes will ensure reliable monitoring of your plant. Rugged in construction and supreme in performance, PS-01 pressure switches are designed as cost-effective solutions to meet a variety of applications in oil, gas, power, steel, and petrochemical industries.
The sensing element consists of a time-proven diaphragm-sealed piston affording high integrity, reliable switching, and very high overload protection. A variety of combinations in features is available to make it versatile. For the diaphragm sensor, the diaphragm is used as a measuring element.
Pressure Switch – Diaphragm Type – Series PSM 02:
SWITZER PSM02 screw-in pressure switches in a diaphragm or piston design open or close a circuit, depending on whether the pressure is falling or rising. With one adjustment screw, respectively, the required switch point and the switch hysteresis can also be easily and conveniently set on-site.
PSM02 mechanical pressure switches are employed wherever compressed air, neutral and self-lubricating fluids, or neutral gases are used, and a precisely set switch hysteresis is needed.