New ball valve fitting for transmitter changeout Click here to enlarge imageA new ball valve fitting on the market permits changeout of a process pressure transmitter mounted on a vessel without having to empty the vessel.The fitting is provided with a mounting flange on one side, which is screwed to the vessel, and with a socket on the other side for holding a process pressure transmitter type D84 with process connection FG4.If the ball valve fitting is closed, the transmitter can be safely and easily installed or removed, the company points out. The pressure acting on the ball valve can be up to 2 bar.The fitting is available with flange sizes DN 50, 80, and 100, and ANSI 2, 3, and 4 i...

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