The TEMPRESS cooling tower for pressure gauges and pressure transmitters with diaphragm seal makes it possible to mount the instruments on processes with very high temperatures in the media, up to 300°C. The indication error for instruments with a cooling tower depends on a number of factors, but especially the ambient temperature and the wind speed
The chilling ribs reduce the influence from the media temperature significantly, which is very important, as the temperature in the instrument case is crucial for the size of the indication error.
By a ambient temperature of 23°C, a wind speed of 0 m/s and a tempera-ture in the media of 200°C the temperature at the top of the cooling tower will be approx. 52°C and the indication error ˂60 mbar.