Pressure transmitter designed for hydrogen applications

Mike Edwards   

Products BD Sensors Hoskin Scientific hydrogen

Hoskin Scientific has introduced the BD Sensors DMP pressure transmitter. The pressure transmitter was designed for pressure measurement in hydrogen applications as well as technical gases such as oxygen.

The BD Sensor unit from Hoskin is said to have an impressive resistance to pressure spikes and a high overload capacity, both of which the DMP 336 model encounters when another gas depot is connected to the pipe system, for example.

Optionally, the device is available with ATEX approval in an intrinsically safe, explosion-proof version for zone 0.

Specifications include:

  • nominal pressure of 0 … 16 up to 0 …. 1000 bar;
  • media temperatures of -40° to 125°C; and,
  • measures the pressure with an accuracy of 0.5% FSO.

Features include:

  • dry sensor – no oil filling, no elastomers;
  • wetted parts in special stainless-steel;
  • insensitive to pressure peaks; and,
  • oil and grease free according to ISO 15001 (e.g. for oxygen applications).


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