Core Sensors manufactures and distributes highly configurable sensors for measuring pressure and temperature properties in industrial and hazardous applications. We create solutions to some of the most complex sensor requirements.
Core Sensors manufactures and distributes sensors for industrial, hydrogen, energy and many other fluid and gas process applications. While sensors can be a commodity product, our honest and responsive customer service values sets us apart. Our team will work with you to find the right solution from our in-house design and manufacturing capabilities to our strategic manufacturing partners.
We manufacture sensors specifically designed to withstand the rugged demands of industrial applications including high vibration, long term submersion, high humidity and high pressure washdowns for both indoor and outdoor applications. Ratings up to IP69K are available.
We offer a diverse portfolio of sensor configuration options, ensuring the best fit for your application. Don’t see what you need? Let us know and we will work with you on the most suitable option.
How To Select A Sensor
Need help selecting a sensor? Not sure where to start? Our how to guide can help simplify the process.
Wastewater lift stations, or pumping stations, are an integral part in the transportation and eventual treatment of wastewater and other used water. The CS15 Non-Clogging Submersible Pressure Transducer from Core Sensors is designed specifically to meet the demands of the wastewater industry. Featuring a flush diaphragm, steel cage and a IP68 rating.
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A common concern is the performance of the transducer in various temperature conditions. Temperature is an important specification as it has a direct effect on the accuracy of the transducer. In this article we will discuss the different temperature specifications that are commonly found on our datasheets and how to interpret them.
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One of the most important steps when specifying the most appropriate sensor for your application is selecting the wetted material of the process connection (or pressure port).Core Sensors offers a wide range of wetted materials to ensure the most adequate compatibility in your application.
Core Sensors has received CSA approval for a series of pressure transducers that meet ANSI/UL 122701 Single Seal standards. The addition of this certification allows Core Sensors to manufacture pressure sensors in a cost-effective manner while keeping the overall size of the sensor to a minimum.
For applications where the temperature is outside of the specified temperature range of the transducer, Core Sensors offers an all 316L SS cooling adapter. This adapter isolates the transducer by increasing the distance from the extreme media temperature.
Core Sensors has released the CS-SM series pressure sensor designed to operate in the rugged and demanding environments of the steel and aluminum industry. The CS-SM Steel Mill Pressure Sensor is ideal for applications such as roll forming, stamping, pumps and coolant systems.
In a compound pressure transducer, the sensor is zero referenced to atmospheric pressure. The transducer has an offset zero output signal such that the baseline signal measures a full vacuum pressure range of -14.7 PSI (or -1 bar). Typically this is offered for low pressure, gauge referenced transducers.
Core Sensors offers a variety of high quality bi-directional pressure transducers for use in low pressure vapor recovery operations. Unlike a unidirectional pressure transducer that can measure pressures from zero to a defined positive pressure (i.e. 0 to 70mBar), bi-directional pressure transducers measure both positive and negative pressure (i.e. -70mBar to +70mBar).
Pressure sensors/transducers/transmitters are offered with a wide variety of configurable options, sizes and approvals. This can make selecting the proper pressure sensor for your application difficult. This how to guide will help you identify the key pieces of information that are needed in order to select the most appropriate sensor.