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How much Pressure will Remote Seal Pressure Transmitter Indicate?

A pressure transmitter with a remote seal measures the pressure of a gas inside a process vessel. A pressure gauge directly attached to the vessel registers 19.3 PSI.

The transmitter is located 22 feet 5 inches below this point, with a capillary tube filled with fluid having a specific gravity of 0.94.

Remote Seal Pressure Transmitter

Remote Seal Pressure Transmitter

How much pressure will the transmitter indicate?

Answer:

The transmitter will measure 28.4 PSI, due to the added pressure of the fluid inside the capillary tube.

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