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How can I keep the water out of my transmitters in washdown conditions?

Earlier this week, I took a call from a customer having problems with his pressure transmitter.  He’d figured out that his last transmitter, installed in an area with nearly continuous wash-downs, had failed because of water intrusion.  The bigger problem was that it wasn’t coming from a loose cover, a conduit pipe, or a leaky conduit connection.  In his case, the water came into the transmitter through a vent hole and messed up the measurement cell electronics.

So he asked me to recommend a 3000 PSI transmitter that could survive the washdown conditions.

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