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How to Select Fill Fluids For Diaphragm Seals

Making the right diaphragm seal fill fluid selection is important. You understand your process and parameters well, but having a partner to assist you is always helpful. ESP will supply detailed data to help inform your decision regarding the type of system fill fluid you use. Outside of direct advice from ESP, there are several … Continued

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Selecting Fill Fluids for Diaphragm Seals

The Fill Fluid Selection Process in Detail Selecting fill fluids for diaphragm seals may seem complicated, but it doesn’t have to be a challenge. There are several factors to consider when deciding which fill fluid to use. First, the pressure and temperature of your process should be considered. Fluids react differently when under extreme temperature … Continued

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Why Choose ESP for Your Diaphragm Seals?

ESP is the perfect choice when you need to purchase diaphragm seals. We understand that availability is a major consideration when purchasing seals, and are proud to say that we ship dry Bourdon diaphragm seals within 2 days, for your convenience. Our company also ships assembled Bourdon diaphragm seals in 5 days. Best of all, … Continued

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Brass Pressure Gauges | Bourdon MAG Series

The Forged Brass Pressure Gauges You Need When purchasing pressure instruments for applications where heavy vibration and pulsation are common, it’s important to choose the right option. Bourdon makes the product selection process simple with our MAG series of forged brass pressure gauges. Our gauges stand up to even the most severe conditions and offer … Continued

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Diaphragm Seal Common Oversights

In many cases, diaphragm seal troubleshooting can seem complicated. With so many factors to review, you may find it difficult to identify the oversight that led to a given result. Fortunately, there are some common problem-causing issues that are relatively easy to solve. Issues Related to Size and Type It is very important to ensure … Continued

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Brass Gauges | Learn More About Forged Brass Gauges

The Advantages and Applications of Forged Brass Gauges Forged brass gauges are an excellent choice for a wide range of applications. They are designed for use in scenarios where pulsation and vibration are unavoidable. There are numerous situations where using brass pressure instruments make sense. Examples include applications involving firefighting equipment, oil field pumpjacks, mobile … Continued

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What are Capillaries?

There are many reasons to think about using capillaries with diaphragm seals. Before considering them, it’s important to understand the role that a capillary plays. Capillaries are used for mounting pressure gauges, transmitters, and switches away from the tank or pipe. This may be done for several reasons. You might wish to mount your pressure … Continued

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Mounting a Diaphragm Seal

When mounting a diaphragm seal, it is essential to pick the right option for your application. Diaphragm seals play an important role in protecting pressure instrument sensors from dangerous process media. Making sure they are mounted correctly is essential to ensuring they fulfill that role. Before ordering, you should make certain that the mounting method … Continued

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How to Choose a Pressure Gauge

What to Know When Choosing a Pressure Gauge. Knowing how to choose a pressure gauge for your application is essential. To make the right choice, you need to have a complete understanding of the factors that go into selecting a gauge. Please take a few minutes to learn more about choosing the right option for … Continued

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ESP Launches Bourdon USA

Kennesaw, GA – Engineered Specialty Products, Inc. (ESP), announces the launch of Bourdon pressure gauges, thermometers, and accessories into the U.S. market. Bourdon is a 150-year-old brand whose founder, Eugene Bourdon, invented the original Bourdon tube used in most pressure gauges which helped make modern industry possible. Bourdon, a global mechanical instrumentation manufacturer with factories … Continued

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