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Now you have 734 ways to measure the pressure in your HVAC system. We have a solution for whatever you need to measure on your next heating and cooling project.

One of the main focuses in an HVAC system is the air flow. It is important to know how the heating and cooling system distributes air throughout the building. The air flow data helps professionals decide how to reduce energy consumption.

A vital element to reduce your energy footprint is the HVAC system pressure sensors. The sensors detect the air pressure in the ducts and rooms.

The more you maintain a solid air pressure, the more you can ensure a consistent power supply with less effort.

To identify the air pressure, we partnered with manufacturers ACI, Mamac, and Veris.

These companies offer a variety of different features. For example, we carry 158 pressure sensors with an LCD screen. Another 40 devices have a Pitot tube to gauge the air velocity of other pressure sensors.

We also have 130 different ways to measure the amount of pressure in an HVAC system. Common units of measurements include pounds per square inch (PSIG), Water Column (W.C.), Pascal Pressure Units (Pa), Bars, and Universal units.

Also, Veris offers 26 sensors with both pressure and vacuum sensors.

Other features include:

Direction

  • Bidirectional
  • Unidirectional

Pressure output signal

  • 0-1 VDC
  • 0-10 VDC
  • 0-20 mA
  • 0-5 VDC
  • 4-20 mA
  • 4-20mA
  • Field Selectable
  • Universal

Pressure sensor type

  • Accessory
  • Differential
  • Differential (wet to wet)
  • Duct
  • Gauge
  • Pickup Ports
  • Pitot Tubes
  • Suction
  • Switch

Do you need help finding the right pressure control sensor?

With so many possibilities, how do you find the right pressure sensor for your heating and cooling project?

That is why Blackhawk Supply is here to help you. Contact our team today for any questions you have about choosing the right pressure sensor.

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