REDwire Pressure transmitter offers reliable measurement in challenging conditions

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The AST4300 pressure transmitter is manufactured by American Sensor Technologies and available from Durham Instruments.

The AST4300 pressure transmitter, manufactured by American Sensor Technologies (AST), is the ideal pressure measurement solution for a broad range of applications in hazardous areas, both indoor and outdoor. The Class I Division 2 non-incendive pressure transmitter features a rugged construction, an industry-leading price-to-performance ratio, and a whole host of best-in-class attributes.

Key features 
 
The AST4300 pressure transmitter utilizes AST's proprietary Krystal Bond Technology, a one-piece stainless steel sensing element that provides repeatable results, as well as excellent long-term stability. A selection of process connection threads are available in ¼-inch NPT and ½-inch NPT, while output signals are available for long transmissions (4-20mA) or low power (voltage) applications. The transmitter is compatible with various liquids and gases, offers low static and thermal errors, and has the capability to operate in temperatures ranging from -40 to 80 degrees C (-40 to 176 degrees F).

Many applications

The AST4300 is suitable for a variety of applications in challenging conditions, including process control, refrigeration pressure, gas compression and storage, water management, industrial OEM equipment, oil and gas platforms, test equipment, oxygen pressure measurement and more. 

Industry-leading distributor

Durham Instruments proudly carries products from AST, a leading manufacturer of pressure sensors and related products. The AST4300 pressure transmitter is among the wide selection of quality instruments available from the Pickering, Ont.-based distributor.

To learn more about the AST4300 or any of the other best-in-class measuring instruments it carries, contact Durham Instruments

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