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Calibration of Dynisco Pressure Sensors

The signal output from a melt pressure transducer used in plastic extrusion and injection molding should be calibrated with instrumentation. This is vital to the accuracy and reliability of the pressure measurement. Learn More

By David Azevedo

03.05.18

Mercury Fill Sensors

Why is Mercury Used in Melt Pressure Sensors? A transducer is an electronic device that converts energy from one form to another. In the case of a Dynisco pressure transducer, the process fluid exerts a pressure force on a thin flexible metal diaphragm at the tip of the sensor. Learn More

By Dynisco

03.01.18

The Benefits of Choosing HART Communication Protocol in a Dynisco SPX or Vertex Pressure Sensor Sensor

What is HART Communication Protocol and what are the benefits of HART when buying an SPX or Vertex sensor? Learn more about the benefits of choosing HART are Digital Capability, Analog Capability, Interoperability, & Availability Learn More

By Peter Duserick: Regional Sales Manager – Eastern US & Canada

08.17.20

The Value of Dynisco Instrumentation

Dynisco sensors and instrumentation are primarily used as safety lockout system, which will prevent over pressure conditions in extrusion and injection molding processes, by interrupting the power source to the equipment. Learn More

By David Azevedo, Global Technical Support Manager

10.11.18

Coping with Transducer-Crippling Pressure Spikes

After investigating these spikes, we developed a laboratory method for determining the magnitude of the actual pressure spike that caused a specific field failure. The method shows that pressure spikes many times that of nominal system pressure can occur in a system Learn More

By Dynisco

03.06.18

Diaphragm Material Selection

The selection of diaphragm material used on the Dynisco pressure sensor, depends on the application where the sensor will be used. We must first ask the question, does the sensor come in contact with a pure material, or a blend of materials? Learn More

By David Azevedo, Global Technical Support Manager

07.16.18

Causes of Transducer Field Returns & Solutions

Find the causes and solutions for common sensor problems. Learn More

By David Azevedo, Global Technical Support Manager

07.16.18

Dynisco “R-CAL” Feature Explained

In this blog, we will explore the unique feature known as “R-Cal” which is a standard for the majority of the Dynisco pressure sensor product offering. Learn More

By David Azevedo, Global Technical Support Manager

09.02.20

How to Determine the Sensor Right for You

Wonder how to choose the right sensor for your application needs? Check out this blog to better understand what specifications help determine you ideal sensor. Learn More

By Johannes Lorenz, EU Key Accounts Manager

07.23.20

Pressure Measurement Start-Up Kit

Dynisco pressure transducers are widely used in complex and specific applications but sometimes the need to be fulfilled is very simple: measuring pressure and give an alarm in case of overpressure Learn More

By Fabrizio Ranieri, Regional Sales Manager- GST-South & Italy

09.10.20

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