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there r differant type of pressure devices Barometers,Manometers,U-Tube Manometer,Well Type,Bourdon Tube Gauge,Micromanometer,and Elastic Pressure Transducers
pressure transducers electrically detect the gage pressure of fluids like oil and water or gases like air. pressure transducers have sensing elements for transducers, and they can be used for consistent, highly reliable measurements over long periods of time.
 any body have any information about pressure transducer please told me
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Reply #1 on: May 18, 2009, 03:24:16 pm »

The electrically detect the gage pressure of fluids like oil and water or gases like air. pressure transducers can use the device..
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Reply #2 on: May 25, 2009, 01:19:53 pm » posted from:Tarlac,Tarlac,Philippines

The electrically detect the gage pressure of fluids like oil and water or gases like air. pressure transducers can use the device..


Really? Thanks for sharing this useful information to us!
I am glad that I have read your post.


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