We manufacture differential pressure gauges for filter, cryogenic storage, pump, and flow control device manufactures.
DPP’s customizable line of differential pressure gauges and filter indicators are applied to a wide variety of applications.
Helping manufacturers around the world develop new and innovative solutions to improve their product and process systems through the implementation of differential pressure measurement.
Our staff is a blend of young innovative minds and experienced engineers that are constantly looking to the future.
Our filter indicators can mount directly onto a filter head or be piped to remotely. Their interchangeable parts allow for different ranges, electrical options, and more. Engineers use them to help inform operators what the status of their filter system is.
These gauges are used in applications such as filtration, cryogenic level, flow measurement, and much more. The precision differential pressure gauges are trusted by thousands of manufacturers around the world.
Differential pressure gauges are some of the most underutilized and misunderstood products in manufacturing. As a result of a near complete lack of mention from engineering eduction, we see engineers constantly using two standard pressure gauges, when they could just use one differential pressure gauge. From applications involving filtration system, measuring flow rates using the Bernoulli Principle, displaying liquid levels in cryogenic tanks, detecting leaks in systems, and so much more, these capable instruments should be part of every engineer’s toolbox.
Simply put, a differential pressure gauge measures the difference in pressure between two connections. Let’s imagine an application where you have a tank at 100 psi and another at 95 psi. If you connect a differential pressure gauge between those two tanks, you will read 5 psi.
There are a few different gauge designs to achieve this. Differential Pressure Plus utilizes a design known as a “Magnetic Coupling.” Each gauge has a magnetic piston that moves back and forth like a sea-saw depending on the differential pressure. As a result, the linear movement of this magnetic piston pushes and pulls on a rotary magnet that connects to the pointer. This “magnetic rack and pinion” provide the readout.
As filter cartridges get clogged, the differential pressure between the inlet and outlet increases. This is a result of the buildup of contaminants in the filter mesh. Operators can measure a differential pressure drop across a filter and can get a visual indication about how dirty their filter systems are. As a result, using a differential pressure gauges for a filter application can:
We would love to help you develop a solution for your application. After supplying us with your requirements, we will have an engineer contact you directly and give you advise and develop pricing in one step
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