The EJA-A series is Yokogawa's most successful pressure transmitter line. First released in 1991, it continues to offer high performance and high reliability for any application. With an installed base of over 4-1/2 million EJA-A transmitters worldwide, it has a proven track record that makes it a true industry workhorse.
The EJA110A is the Traditional-mount Differential Pressure Transmitters in the series.
EJA110A features include:
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At it's heart, Yokogawa's Differential Pressure Transmitter with DPharp digital sensor offers the performance and device intelligence needed to get greater insight into your process.
Yokogawa's DPharp active sensor and rugged construction allow users to run their plants safer and with less downtime.
Yokogawa's DOharp pressure transmitters offer long-term stability and diagnostics to make your maintenance routine easy.
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Traditional-mount 3-Valve Manifold (Flange x Pipe shown)
Traditional-mount 5-Valve Manifold (Flange x Pipe shown)
Flush-Flanged Diaphragm Seal. (Other designs available)
The primary function of a utility boiler is to convert water into steam to be used by a steam turbine / generator in producing electricity. The boiler consists of a furnace, where air and fuel are combined and burned to produce combustion gases, and a feedwater tube system, the con- tents of which are heated by these gases.
Hydrogen is the simplest and smallest atomic element. Water, acids, bases, and the immense family of organic compounds all contain hydrogen. Even though hydrogen is not corrosive, it can cause problems for pressure transmitters through Hydrogen Permeation.
The reverse osmosis (RO) process is used in many industries. This process uses membrane separation which has been proven to be one of the most economical means to remove suspended solids from feed water.
What is screen differential control? This is a control application commonly found at utility plants located on rivers, lakes and other large bodies of water and at industrial facilities where a large amount of cooling water is used. Screen differential control and monitoring is needed to prevent damage to rotating screens caused by excessive pressure being applied by debris collecting on the screens.
Differential pressure transmitters, which serve as the core of field instrumentation, are widely used to measure the flow rate, pressure and density of liquids, gases and steam, as well as the level of liquid in a tank.