Pressure,Switches,Winters,Instruments,Burlington,Pump
Pressure,Switches,Winters,Instruments,Burlington,Pump
Pressure,Switches,Winters,Instruments,Burlington,Pump

2WPS Pressure Switches

Features: Snap-action pressure switch. Standard construction features a rugged aluminum bar stock body and base. Constructed with materials that make it compatible with most liquids & gases. 1/2” NPT conduit, 1/4” NPT pressure port

Range: Up to 2,500 psi

Applications: Tank and compressor level and precision control, hydraulic systems, pumping controls, hazardous area lift station controls, good for low and high pressure

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5WPS Pressure Switches

Features: Tandem settings, independent adjustment for high-low operation, adjustable switch differential and manual resets on increasing or decreasing pressures.

Range: Up to 5,000 psi

Applications: Systems that require a heavy-duty switch, pumping stations, ideal for high/low level control (requiring dual elements)

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6WPS Pressure Switches

Features: Up to four independently adjustable set points. NEMA 4X and 12 or NEMA 7 and 9 enclosures. 3/4” NPT conduit, 1/4” NPT pressure port.

Range: Up to 5,000 psi

Applications: Multiple tank or pump controls, alarm purposes.

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Pressure,Switches,Winters,Instruments,Burlington,Pump
Pressure,Switches,Winters,Instruments,Burlington,Pump
Pressure,Switches,Winters,Instruments,Burlington,Pump

6WPSDO Pressure Switches

The Winters’ Series 6WPSDO Differential Pressure Switches are designed to sense low differential pressures between high pressure sources. The high pressure seals are opposed stainless steel bellows assemblies, while the differential pressure is sensed by a diaphragm clamped between these bellows assemblies. The diaphragm has a large area to accurately sense Low Differential Pressure, and during an over-pressure the diaphragm is fully supported. The design is symmetric such that both the HIGH or LOW pressure sides of the element can withstand the maximum pressure with the opposite side at atmospheric pressure.

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7WPS Pressure Switches

Features: Designed for low pressure applications. Housing can be watertight or explosion-proof, and can accommodate 4 contacts.

Range: Up to 200 wc

Applications: Designed for low pressure applications, Gas installations, HVAC, high/low alarms.

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7WPSDO Pressure Switches

The Winters 7WPSDO Differential Pressure Switch is designed to sense low differential pressures between high pressure sources. The high pressure seals are opposed stainless steel bellows assemblies, while the differential pressure is sensed by a diaphragm clamped between these bellows assemblies. The diaphragm has a large area to accurately sense Low Differential Pressure, and during an over-pressure the diaphragm is fully supported. The design is symmetric such that both the HIGH or LOW pressure sides of the element can withstand the maximum pressure with the opposite side at atmospheric pressure.

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Pressure,Switches,Winters,Instruments,Burlington,Pump
Pressure,Switches,Winters,Instruments,Burlington,Pump
 

Indicating Pressure Switches

Winters Indicating Pressure Switches are designed for use in applications that require automatic regulation of hydraulic and pneumatic equipment. Winters’ Indicating Pressure Switches allow for both remote and direct readings and the highly visible switch set pointer can be easily adjusted using the standard external reset internals. Winters Indicating Pressure Switches are suitable for both corrosive and non-corrosive applications.

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Electrical Contact
Pressure Gauge
Winters Electrical Contact Pressure Gauge is suitable for any application that requires an electrical device to be activated or deactivated based on a given pressure value. The single electrical contact can be ordered to either, make contact or break contact, on the upwards or downward movement of the pointer. The double electrical contacts can make and break contact on both, the upwards and downward movement of the pointer.

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