Water and wastewater technology
Pressure
Temperature
Level
Calibration technology
Water and wastewater
technology
About us
Alexander Wiegand,
Chairman and CEO, WIKA
As a family-run business acting globally, with over 9,000
highly qualified employees, the WIKA group of companies
is a worldwide leader in pressure and temperature
measurement. The company also sets the standard in the
measurement of level and flow, and in calibration technology.
With manufacturing locations around the globe, WIKA
ensures flexibility and the highest delivery performance.
Every year, over 50 million quality products, both standard
and customer-specific solutions, are delivered in batches
of 1 to over 10,000 units.
Founded in 1946, WIKA is today a strong and reliable
partner for all the requirements of industrial measurement
technology, thanks to a broad portfolio of high-precision
instruments and comprehensive services.
With numerous wholly owned subsidiaries and partners,
WIKA competently and reliably supports its customers worldwide. Our experienced engineers and sales experts are your
competent and dependable contacts locally.
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Contents
Our water
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Drinking water
6
Process water
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Wastewater
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Products
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WIKA worldwide
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Photo KSB Aktiengesellschaft: P. 17
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Our water
Water is the most important natural resource for both man and nature – and in seemingly abundant supply.
Seemingly. Of all the immeasurable water supplies that our earth holds, only a small part is directly usable in
reality. Almost everywhere where water is to be used for drinking, it must first be cleaned, softened, desalinated
or sterilised.
If we look at the earth's surface, then we see that more than
70 percent is water.
Most, however, is seawater. Salty and undrinkable. Of the
entire volume of all water resources, around 97 percent is salt
water, and only about 3 percent is freshwater. The latter is
mostly bound in glacial ice.
Against this background, it is understandable why supplies
of drinking water are perhaps mankind's greatest challenge:
Right now, around 1.2 billion of earth's inhabitants – more
than one in six – have no access to clean drinking water.
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And by 2025, experts estimate there will be over three billion.
In more than 30 countries around the world persistent water
shortages prevail; it is expected that, by 2025, this will be a
problem for 50 countries.
Status, problems, opportunities
The thirst grows
Technology can help
The global situation is worsening as the thirst for drinking
water grows everywhere, and not only through the growth in
world population.
An important role for the better usage and development of
water resources is played by modern technology for water
sourcing, treatment and distribution.
Here, a particularly large part is also played by agriculture,
which today, averaged around the world, requires about
70 percent of all water supplies, industry a further 20 percent,
and private housing around 10 percent.
Here, highly advanced systems and processes are used,
which only function with reliable measurement and control
technology.
According to a forecast by the United Nations Environment
Programme (UNEP), by 2025 the water demand from agriculture will have grown by 20 percent, in industry by 50 percent
and in households by 80 percent.
As such, WIKA products and solutions contribute the world
over so that water is treated carefully and sustainably as a
valuable commodity.
Water, and that is the positive message, is used, but it isn't
used up. The amount remains the same – only a negligible
part evaporates into space.
However, the technical expenditure in using, processing and/
or recycling water resources is immensely high.
Worldwide, around 500 billion euros are spent on this
annually, with the trend growing continuously.
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Drinking water
Drinking water is the most elementary foodstuff – its supply therefore has the highest priority.
For this reason, clean drinking water has been a UN human right since 2010.
The high demands on quality and availability through strict laws, precise guidelines and corresponding structures
are, generally, so perfectly fulfilled, that drinking water, for most people in the Western world, is taken for granted.
The high investment that goes into an uninterrupted water supply is not even recognised by most consumers.
Drinking water is obtained from the widest variety of
sources: groundwater, rain water, surface water (particularly
from rivers and lakes), and increasingly also from the sea.
Depending on its origin, it must be conditioned for human
consumption, or for other uses, with a greater or lesser
technological investment. This includes processes such
as filtration, desalination, de-acidification, degassing,
disinfection and the removal of unwanted substances such
as iron and manganese.
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For the public water supply in Germany, the DIN 2000 and
2001 standards are precisely defined.
In these, amongst other items, the requirements for drinking
water as well as for the design, building and operation of
supply plants are specified exactly.
Drinking water
From deep down
In many countries, especially in Europe, the primary
source of drinking water is from groundwater. In
Germany this accounts for approximately 70 percent
of the water supply. The water extracted from various
depths – quite often several hundred metres under the
earth's surface – as a rule is hygienically perfect.
WIKA submersible pressure transmitters from stainless
steel have been applied for many years in drinking water
supply. The measuring instruments can be easily installed
and operated completely submerged in water. They deliver
reliable measuring signals throughout the years.
Powerful submersible pumps transport the groundwater
to the surface. The ratio between the water extraction and
the replenishment of groundwater must be consistently
and carefully controlled. This is achieved through level
probes, also known as submersible pressure transmitters,
which permanently measure the water level. They must be
particularly low-maintenance and long-lasting.
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From the sea
Many populated centres with drinking water shortages
are located right near the sea.
The treatment of strongly saline seawater for usage to
the quality of drinking water is a proven process.
Through continuous development and optimisation, the
production costs have been reduced dramatically and
thus the desalination of seawater can be realised costeffectively.
Desalination thus contributes globally to the securing
of drinking water supplies which are able to satisfy the
continuously rising demands of conurbations.
Two treatment methods, in particular, have become established: reverse osmosis and distillation processes.
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Drinking water
„„ Reverse osmosis
is a filtration process, in which the seawater is forced through
a diaphragm. In the process, the pollutants are retained
by the diaphragm, while the cleaned water is collected for
further use.
Since, during osmosis, the molecules flow from an area with
lower concentration to an area with higher concentration,
so here we are speaking of a process that is the inverse of
osmosis.
„„ Distillation process or “MSP”
(multi-stage flash evaporation)
is a thermal process in which the seawater is passed through
pipes via heat recovery zones and into the end heater. Here,
the seawater is heated to over 100 °C and flows back into the
first chamber of the heat recovery zone.
Thus part of the seawater is evaporated due to a lower
pressure, condenses on the pipes above and is collected as
freshwater.
The remaining seawater flows into further chambers, where
the pressure is reduced in stages, and thus further freshwater
is produced.
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To the consumer
In most regions, drinking water is distributed to the
consumer through supply networks.
The components in these systems are water pipes,
pressure regulation and measurement and monitoring
devices. In most countries there are specific legal provisions that regulate the handling of drinking water.
Examples:
Thus, in the German Drinking Water Ordinance, the
essence is described in § 1: “The purpose of the regulation is to protect human health from the adverse effects
resulting from the contamination of water intended for
human use, by ensuring its purity and fitness for consumption […]”.
The water supply is ensured either by public or private
organisations. Apart from a consistent water quality, they
must, in particular, provide an adequate pressure within the
supply network.
Depending on the topography in the particular supply area,
the pressure must occasionally be decreased, and frequently
increased. In both cases, mainly Bourdon tube gauges are
used to monitor the pressure.
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An important task in conjunction with this is also ensuring
a constant pressure via compensatory measures during
times of peak usage and also during particularly low water
consumption.
For this purpose pressure transmitters (or pressure gauges
with electrical output signals) are used, not directly on the
pumps, but rather mounted at distributed points in the supply
network, for example at valves.
Through the signal from the pressure measuring instrument,
the speed of the appropriate water pump can be regulated
such that the supply rate matches the requirements exactly.
Drinking water
Hydrostatic level measurement
Level sensors based on hydrostatic pressure measurement generally measure the level or filling height in a
vessel in accordance with the following principle:
A liquid generates, through its density and the force of
gravity, a weight force which increases with the filling height.
This weight force, increasing proportionally with the filling
height, is called the liquid column, and is not dependent on,
for example, foam, turbulence or vessel fittings.
Hydrostatic pressure sensors are gaining in popularity
within continuous level measurement through their simple
application and quick commissioning.
So if one selects a hydrostatic pressure sensor, e.g. a
WIKA model LH-20 submersible pressure transmitter/level
probe, this measures the height-dependent weight force,
acting from a liquid column, as a hydrostatic pressure. From
the measured hydrostatic pressure and the density of the
product, one can now calculate the filling height of the vessel.
Hydrostatic level measurement has enjoyed strong popularity
for many years and represents by far the most frequent form
of electrical level measurement. Above all, it is notable for its
high reliability and its very low installation cost. Hydrostatic
level measurement is therefore seen as particularly simple
and robust by those that use it.
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Process water
The quality requirements for water used in industry depends, primarily, on its application within the production
process (e.g. cooling, boiler feed or production water).
To ensure the required water quality, depending on the quality of the raw water, a greater or lesser intensity
of water treatment must be performed (filtration, softening, desalination, etc.). Ultrapure water, as in the food
industry, thus increasingly becomes the standard.
Strict legal requirements and cost pressure are forcing
companies to adopt ever-more complex water management.
The application and consumption of the resource is
optimised in a variety of ways, and the wastewater volume is
thus minimised. Keyword “process-integrated environmental
protection”:
Here, for example, wastewater is conditioned via various
techniques (diaphragm, flotation, anaerobic processes)
into renewed process water. And efficiency is also of prime
importance with other commercial uses beyond industry,
such as irrigation in agriculture.
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Process water
„„ SIP and CIP cleaning
Sterilisation-in-place (SIP) and cleaning-in-place (CIP) are
fully automated processes for sterilisation in pharmaceutical
and biotechnology plants. Here, the typical cycle temperatures normally operate in the range of 120 ... 134 °C.
These cycles are slowly cooled with pressurised water. With
these processes, no components need to be taken apart for
cleaning.
The individual plant segments are rinsed through in different
stages with cleaning fluid, and between these with clean
water. In tanks, built-in spray heads carry out these tasks.
In order to obtain an optimal result, the pressure of the
cleaning jet and the rinser jet must be set exactly to the
geometry of the vessel and the spray head, as well as setting
it for the degree of pollution. For this, a water pressure of
between 1 and 6 bar is needed.
All measuring instruments needed for these cleaning processes must fulfil the requirements of the pharmaceutical
and food industries. Therefore, the pressure transmitters and
mechanical measuring instruments must be installed with
hygienic process connections.
„„ Filtration of process water
Process water for cooling circuits, steam generation and
chemical industry solutions should only contain a small
number of electrolytes. Too high water hardness can lead to
calcification while an excess of oxygen and carbon dioxide
can lead to corrosion in the plant. Process water must be
conditioned differently for each application, e.g. with different
filtration processes. The permeate stream can be controlled
by comparing the water pressure before and after the filters.
For these environments pressure transmitters, above all,
must be flush and free from dead space. The pressure
differential determined by them can then be evaluated for the
filter monitoring.
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„„ Industrial water
For industrial water, a cleaning standard is often needed,
which is almost equally as high as for the product pipelines
themselves. Also with this there must be no chance of germ
growth.
Therefore, for pressure control, one should use pressure
transmitters with flush diaphragms or mechanical measuring
instruments with diaphragm seals fitted (dead space free).
The wetted parts of the diaphragm seals can be manufactured from corrosion-resistant materials – e.g. Hastelloy –
when, for cleaning, solutions with much salt or chlorine are
used.
„„ Ultrapure water production
Ultrapure water is required for highly sensitive processes, for
example, in medical engineering, the pharmaceutical and the
food industry, and also in semiconductor production. Its production requires a commensurate input. Each step to remove
impurities from the water requires differentiated pressure and
temperature monitoring. The most frequently used, reverse
osmosis, is followed, for example, by ion exchange, active
carbon filtration, ultrafiltration and sanitisation, whereby all
microorganisms are safely killed at temperatures of more
than 80 °C.
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Process water
„„ Pharmaceutical water
The pharmaceutical industry has particularly high standards
for treated water.
It must meet high quality requirements since it is used as a
base material in pharmaceuticals. A correspondingly high
effort is thus required in the manufacture and control of this
raw material.
With the manufacture of purified water (PW) and highly
purified water (HPW) in accordance with the European
Pharmacopoeia, drinking water is prescribed as the
starting material corresponding to the current drinking
water regulations. A specific challenge is represented by
the manufacture of water for injection (WFI), thus water for
medicines for parenteral application, since these materials
are injected directly into the body.
Raw water qualities as a starting material vary greatly and
fluctuate considerably. This has the consequence that the
plants must be adjusted to the local conditions in order that
consistently high quality can be produced. The required
quality and process parameters must be permanently
monitored through specific measurement technology and
analytics.
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Wastewater
The treatment of wastewater from private households and industry, and from precipitation contaminated with
pollutants, without doubt, rates as one of the most important responsibilities of the public utilities.
Modern wastewater treatment plants clean the wastewater
mechanically and biologically in three phases, before returning it to the receiving water (streams and rivers).
The increasing contamination of the water caused by
pharmaceutical matter will make a fourth stage indispensable
in the foreseeable future.
The European Union, for example, is enforcing wastewater
cleaning with the goal that all watercourses within its borders
will be brought up to an ecologically perfect condition.
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Continuously increasing requirements due to ever morerecent constraints and laws, and with that the demands
on the technical equipment: automation for more safety,
the highest possible equipment availability, increasing the
efficiency through process procedures and energy usage.
Wastewater
„„ Rain overflow basins
Rain overflow basins protect the sewage system against
heavy precipitation.
They store the excess precipitated water until drier weather,
when it can be gradually pumped into the sewage system.
For smooth pumping, the level in the basins must be monitored continually. Submersible pressure transmitters ensure
reliable level control.
Their measuring signals support the regulation of the water
levels and guard against both the dry-running of the pumps
and the tanks overflowing. Major damage to the pumping
plant or the immediate environs of the basins is therefore
prevented.
The design of submersible pressure transmitters ensures
a high longitudinal and transverse water resistance for the
cable and cable entry and thus a long service life: Even when
submerged for many years, no water will enter the probe.
„„ Wastewater pumping stations
Pumps control the heartbeat of numerous processes in the
wastewater system. Important switching points at the edges
are the wastewater pumping stations or lift pumps − in Berlin,
for example, 150 such stations are operated. They lift the
collected wastewater to a level where it can flow naturally
down, or through pressured pipes, to the sewage treatment
plant. In addition to exact level measurement by submersible
pressure transmitters, permanent temperature measurement
protects the pumps against failure due to dry running. For
this task resistance thermometers specifically designed
to measure bearing temperatures are used. Integrated
transmitters increase the safe and reliable transmission of
the measuring signal to the control room.
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Pressure transmitters
WIKA offers a complete range of electronic pressure measuring instruments: pressure sensors, pressure switches, pressure
transmitters and process transmitters for the measurement of
gauge, absolute and differential pressure. Our pressure measuring
instruments are available in the measuring ranges 0 ... 0.6 mbar to
0 ... 15,000 bar.
These instruments come supplied with standardised current or
voltage output signals (also intrinsically safe per ATEX or with
flameproof enclosure), interfaces and protocols for various field
buses. Whether ceramic thick film, metal thin film or piezoresistive,
WIKA is the leading manufacturer worldwide that develops and
produces the full range of today’s leading sensor technologies.
A-10
S-20
For common demands
For superior demands
O-10
OEM version
GL
Non-linearity:
Measuring range:
Special feature:
Data sheet:
≤ 0.25 or 0.5 BFSL (± % of span)
■■ 0 … 0.6 to 0 …1,000 bar
■■ 0 … 1 to 0 … 25 bar abs.
■■ -1 … 0 to -1 … +24 bar
■■ Compact design
■■ Free test report
■■ 2 million possible variants
PE 81.60
S-11
For viscous and particle-laden
media
®
Non-linearity:
Measuring range:
Special feature:
Data sheet:
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≤ 0.2 BFSL (± % of span)
■■ 0 … 0.1 to 0 … 600 bar
■■ 0 … 0.25 to 0 … 16 bar abs.
■■ -1 … 0 to -1 … +24 bar
■■ Flush process connection
■■ Medium temperature up to 150 °C
■■ Zero point and span adjustable
■■ Comprehensive stocks
PE 81.02
Non-linearity:
Measuring range:
Special feature:
Data sheet:
≤ 0.125, 0.25 or 0.5 BFSL (± % of span)
■■ 0 … 0.4 to 0 … 1,600 bar
■■ 0 … 0.4 to 0 … 40 bar abs.
■■ -1 … 0 to -1 … +59 bar
■■ Extreme operating conditions
■■ Customer-specific variants
■■ Free test report
PE 81.61
Non-linearity:
Measuring range:
Special feature:
Data sheet:
≤ 0.5 BFSL (± % of span)
■■ 0 … 6 to 0 … 600 bar
■■ -1 … +5 to -1 … +59 bar
■■ For OEM quantities
■■ Customer-specific variants
■■ Special version for applications with
water as medium
PE 81.65
Pressure measurement
Pressure switches
PSD-30, PSD-31
Electronic pressure switch with
display
Accuracy:
Measuring range:
Special feature:
Data sheet:
The PSD-30 and PSD-31 electronic pressure switches can be
flexibly adapted to the individual mounting situation. Due to the
rotation of the display and case by more than 300°, the display can
be adjusted independently of the electrical connection. With the
optional output signal in accordance with IO-Link, they allow a fast
integration into modern automation systems. Switching output and
standard 4 ... 20 mA signal are available as standard.
≤ 1 (% of span)
■■ 0 … 1 to 0 … 600 bar
■■ 0 … 1 to 0 … 25 bar abs.
■■ -1 … 0 to -1 … +24 bar
■■ Easily readable, robust display
■■ Intuitive and fast setup
■■ Easy and flexible mounting
configurations
■■ Flush process connection (optional)
■■ For temperature and level switches see
www.wika.de/hattrick
PE 81.67
PSA-31
Electronic pressure switch with
display for sanitary applications
®
Accuracy of
analogue signal:
Measuring range:
Special feature:
Data sheet:
≤ 1 % of span
■■ 0 … 1 to 0 … 25 bar
■■ 0 … 1 to 0 … 25 bar abs.
■■ -1 … 0 to -1 … +24 bar
■■ Easily readable, robust display
■■ Intuitive and fast setup
■■ Easy and flexible mounting configurations
PE 81.85
Further information at www.wika.com
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Process transmitters
Versatile
With electronic process transmitters, the measured value can
be read on site as well as being transmitted to a process control
system, a controller or a terminal.
The data transfer is achieved using an analogue 4 ... 20 mA
signal or via a bus protocol. With the HART®, PROFIBUS® PA or
FOUNDATION™ Fieldbus bus systems, there is the possibility to
transmit further information from the process and/or measuring
instrument, in addition to the primary current signals, such as the
operating hours or the sensor temperature.
Large number of instrument variants
With the different diaphragm materials or coatings, the most
suitable version for each operating environment can be selected.
In some cases, for particularly aggressive media or high process
temperatures, special materials such as tantalum, Hastelloy or
specific surface coatings are the most suitable solution.
UPT-20
UPT-21
IPT-10, IPT-11
Universal process transmitter
with standard connection, Ex
intrinsically safe
Universal process transmitter with
flush process connection
Process pressure transmitter, intrinsically safe or with flameproof
enclosure
Non-linearity:
Output signal:
Measuring range:
Non-linearity:
Output signal:
Measuring range:
Non-linearity:
Output signal:
Special feature:
Data sheet:
≤ 0.1 (% of span)
4 … 20 mA, HART®
■■ 0 … 0.4 to 0 … 1,000 bar
■■ 0 … 1.6 to 0 … 40 bar abs.
■■ -0.2 … +0.2 to -1 … +40 bar
■■ Multi-functional display (optional)
■■ Freely scalable measuring range
■■ Simple menu navigation
■■ Conductive plastic case or stainless
steel case
■■ Large LC display, rotatable
PE 86.05
Special feature:
Data sheet:
≤ 0.1 (% of span)
4 … 20 mA, HART®
■■ 0 … 0.4 to 0 … 600 bar
■■ 0 … 1.6 to 0 … 40 bar abs.
■■ -0.2 … +0.2 to -1 … +40 bar
■■ Multi-functional display (optional)
■■ Freely scalable measuring range
■■ Simple menu navigation
■■ Conductive plastic case or stainless
steel case in hygienic design
■■ Large LC display, rotatable
PE 86.05
Measuring range:
Special feature:
Data sheet:
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≤ 0.075 … 0.1 (% of span)
4 … 20 mA, HART® protocol (optional),
PROFIBUS® PA, FOUNDATION™
fieldbus
■■ 0 … 0.1 to 0 … 4,000 bar
■■ 0 … 0.1 to 0 … 60 bar abs.
■■ -1 … 0 to -1 … +60 bar
■■ Freely scalable measuring ranges
(turndown to 30 : 1)
■■ Case from plastic, aluminium or
stainless steel
■■ Flush process connection (optional)
■■ With integrated display and instrument
mounting bracket for wall/pipe mounting
(optional)
PE 86.11
Druckmesstechnik
Level measurement for special requirements
The internal digital signal processing, combined with proven
sensors, guarantees high accuracy and the best long-term stability.
Measurement in vessels is one of the most varied tasks in
sensor technology. For the measurement of filling height, level,
concentration of specific substances, density, layer separation or
volume, there are a whole range of different measuring methods
and sensors available. Instruments within vessels or instruments
mounted on the vessel cover are not suitable, for example, with
aggressive or strongly foaming liquids. Process transmitters lend
themselves to these measurements.
DPT-10
Differential pressure transmitter,
intrinsically safe or with flameproof enclosure
Non-linearity:
Output signal:
Measuring range:
Special feature:
Data sheet:
≤ 0.075 … 0.15 (% of span)
4 … 20 mA, HART® protocol (optional),
PROFIBUS® PA
0 … 10 mbar to 0 … 40 bar
■■ Freely scalable measuring ranges
(turndown to 30 : 1)
■■ Static load 160 bar, optionally 420 bar
■■ Case from plastic, aluminium or
stainless steel
■■ With integrated display and instrument
mounting bracket for wall/pipe mounting
(optional)
PE 86.21
Further information at www.wika.com
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Mechatronic and mechanical
pressure measuring instruments
Mechatronic measuring instruments
Wherever the process pressure has to be indicated locally and,
at the same time, a signal transmission to the central control or
remote centre is desired, the intelliGAUGE® instruments can be
used.
Our offer is completed by the mechatronic pressure gauges with
switch contacts, making it possible to simultaneously monitor the
equipment and to switch circuits.
Through the combination of a mechanical measuring system and
electronic signal processing, the process pressure can be read
securely, even if the voltage supply is lost.
Limit indicator
The limit indicator, which is available as an option, finds its application wherever overpressures must be displayed with certainty and
not be tampered with. The limit indicator is a mechanical display
fitted on the dial, with two settings: If the indicator is in the green
area, the pressure limit being monitored has not been exceeded.
If the indicator is found in the red area, the set pressure range has
been exceeded at least once. In this case, the indicator will remain
permanently locked and protected from tampering in the red area.
Tamper-proof limit indicator
Patent applied for in
various countries, e.g.
DE 10 2010 050340
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Pressure measurement
Pressure gauges with switch
contacts
PGS23
PGS43
Bourdon tube, stainless steel
version
Diaphragm, stainless steel version
Nominal size:
Scale range:
Accuracy class:
Ingress protection:
Data sheet:
Nominal size:
Scale range:
Accuracy class:
Ingress protection:
Data sheet:
100, 160 mm
0 ... 0.6 to 0 ... 1,600 bar
1.0
IP65
PV 22.02
Further information at www.wika.com
100, 160 mm
0 ... 25 mbar to 0 ... 25 bar
1.6
IP54, filled IP65
PV 24.03
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Pressure gauges with electrical
output signal
The multi-functional intelliGAUGEs present a cost-effective
and, at the same time, reliable solution for nearly all pressure
measurement applications. They combine the analogue indication
of a mechanical pressure gauge, needing no external power, with
the electrical output signal of a pressure transmitter. These hybrid
instruments are available with all commonly used electrical signals.
The sensor works in a non-contact way, without any influence on
the measurement signal. Many of the instruments can be delivered
in accordance with ATEX Ex II 2 G ia.
Depending on the pressure gauge, the following electrical output
signals are possible:
„„ 0.5 ... 4.5 V (ratiometric)
„„ 4 … 20 mA, 2-wire
„„ 4 ... 20 mA, 2-wire with Ex approvals
„„ 0 … 20 mA, 3-wire
„„ 0 … 10 V, 3-wire
For pressure gauges with nominal sizes 100 and 160 mm, the
electrical output signals can also be combined with switch
contacts.
PGT01
PGT02
Bourdon tube,
standard version
Bourdon tube, standard version,
for panel mounting
Nominal size:
Scale range:
Accuracy class:
Ingress protection:
Data sheet:
Nominal size:
Scale range:
Accuracy class:
Ingress protection:
Data sheet:
40 mm
0 … 1.6 to 0 … 10 bar
2.5
IP40
PV 11.01
40 mm
0 … 1.6 to 0 … 10 bar
2.5
IP40
PV 11.02
PGT10
PGT11
Bourdon tube,
plastic case
Bourdon tube, stainless steel case
Nominal size:
Scale range:
Accuracy class:
Ingress protection:
Data sheet:
Nominal size:
Scale range:
Accuracy class:
Ingress protection:
Data sheet:
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40, 50 mm
0 … 1.6 to 0 … 400 bar
2.5
IP41
PV 11.05
40, 50, 63 mm
0 … 1.6 to 0 … 400 bar
2.5
IP41
PV 11.06
Pressure measurement
PGT21
Bourdon tube,
stainless steel case
Nominal size:
Scale range:
Accuracy class:
Ingress protection:
Data sheet:
50, 63 mm
0 … 1.6 to 0 … 400 bar
1.6/2.5
IP65, optional IP67
PV 11.03
PGT23.063
PGT23.100, PGT23.160 PGT43
Bourdon tube,
stainless steel version
Bourdon tube,
stainless steel version
Diaphragm,
stainless steel version
Nominal size:
Scale range:
Accuracy class:
Ingress protection:
Data sheet:
Nominal size:
Scale range:
Accuracy class:
Ingress protection:
Data sheet:
Nominal size:
Scale range:
Accuracy class:
Ingress protection:
Data sheet:
63 mm
0 … 1 to 0 … 1,000 bar
1.6
IP54, filled IP65
PV 12.03
Further information at www.wika.com
100, 160 mm
0 … 0.6 to 0 … 1,600 bar
1.0
IP54, filled IP65
PV 12.04
100, 160 mm
0 ... 16 mbar to 0 ... 25 bar
1.6
IP54, filled IP65
PV 14.03
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Differential pressure gauges
with switch contacts
DPS40
DPGS40
DPGT40
DELTA-switch,
differential pressure switch
DELTA-comb, with integrated
working pressure indication and
micro switch
DELTA-trans with integrated
differential pressure and working
pressure indication
Nominal size:
Scale range:
Accuracy class:
Ingress protection:
Data sheet:
Nominal size:
Scale range:
Accuracy class:
Ingress protection:
Data sheet:
Nominal size:
Scale range:
Switch point reproducibility:
Ingress protection:
Data sheet:
100 mm
0 … 0.25 to 0 … 10 bar
1.6 %
IP65
PV 27.21
100 mm
0 … 0.25 to 0 … 10 bar
2.5 (optional 1.6)
IP65
PV 27.20
DPGS43
DPGS43HP
Stainless steel version
Stainless steel version,
high overpressure safety
Nominal size:
Scale range:
Accuracy class:
Ingress protection:
Data sheet:
Nominal size:
Scale range:
Accuracy class:
Ingress protection:
Data sheet:
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100, 160 mm
0 … 16 mbar to 0 … 25 bar
1.6
IP54, filled IP65
PV 27.05
100, 160 mm
0 … 60 mbar to 0 … 40 bar
1.6
IP54, filled IP65
PV 27.13
100 mm
0 … 0.25 to 0 … 10 bar
2.5 (optional 1.6)
IP65
PV 17.19
DPGT43
Differential pressure,
stainless steel version
Nominal size:
Scale range:
Accuracy class:
Ingress protection:
Data sheet:
100, 160 mm
0 ... 16 mbar to 0 ... 25 bar
1.6
IP54, filled IP65
PV 17.05
Pressure measurement
Mechanical differential pressure
gauges
Differential pressure gauges work with a wide range of pressure
elements. With this variety, measuring ranges from 0 ... 0.5 mbar
to 0 ... 1,000 bar and static overlay pressures up to 400 bar are
possible.
These differential pressure gauges are used to monitor
the pollution degree in filter systems
the level in closed tanks
the overpressure in clean rooms
the flow of gaseous and liquid media
and they control pumping plants
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„„
„„
732.14
732.51
Stainless steel version, high overpressure safety up to max. 400 bar
Stainless steel version, all-metal
media chamber
Nominal size:
Scale range:
Nominal size:
Scale range:
Accuracy class:
Ingress protection:
Data sheet:
Accuracy class:
Ingress protection:
Data sheet:
100, 160 mm
■■ 0 ... 60 to 0 ... 250 mbar
(measuring cell DN 140)
■■ 0 ... 0.25 to 0 ... 40 bar
(measuring cell DN 82)
1.6
IP54
PM 07.13
Further information at www.wika.com
100, 160 mm
0 … 16 mbar to 0 … 25 bar
1.6
IP54
PM 07.05
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Mechanical pressure switches
Mechanical pressure switches open or close a circuit, depending
on whether the pressure is rising or dropping.
Due to the use of high-quality micro switches, the mechanical
pressure switches are notable for their high precision and longterm stability. Furthermore the direct switching of electrical loads
up to AC 250 V / 20 A is enabled, while simultaneously ensuring a
high switch point reproducibility.
Many mechanical pressure switches come with a SIL certificate
and are thus particularly suited for safety-critical applications. In
addition, with their 'intrinsically safe‘ and 'flameproof enclosure‘
types of protection the pressure switches are ideally suited for
permanent use in hazardous environments.
for gauge pressure
MW, MA
BWX, BA
PCS, PCA
Diaphragm element
Bourdon tube
Compact pressure switch
Setting range:
Ignition protection
type:
Switch:
Switching power:
Setting range:
Ignition protection
type:
Switch:
Switching power:
Setting range:
Ignition protection
type:
Switch:
Switching power:
Data sheet:
0 … 16 mbar to 30 ... 600 bar
Ex ia or Ex d
1 or 2 x SPDT or 1 x DPDT
AC 250 V / 20 A
DC 24 V / 2 A
PV 31.10, PV 31.11
for differential pressure
DW, DA
Differential pressure switch
Setting range:
Ignition protection
type:
Static pressure:
Switch:
Switching power:
Data sheet:
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0 … 16 mbar to 0 … 40 bar
Ex ia or Ex d
10, 40, 100 or 160 bar
1 or 2 x SPDT or 1x DPDT
AC 250 V / 20 A
DC 24 V / 2 A
PV 35.42, PV 35.43
Data sheet:
0 … 2.5 to 0 … 1,000 bar
Ex ia or Ex d
1 or 2 x SPDT or 1 x DPDT
AC 250 V / 20 A
DC 24 V / 2 A
PV 32.20, PV 32.22
Data sheet:
-0.2 ... 1.2 to 100 … 600 bar
Ex ia or Ex d
1 x SPDT or DPDT
AC 250 V / 15 A
DC 24 V / 2 A
PV 33.30, PV 33.31
Pressure measurement
Diaphragm pressure gauges
Diaphragm pressure gauges for high overpressure safety
The application areas for these gauges with diaphragm pressure
element are gaseous and liquid aggressive media. Instruments
with open connecting flanges are even suitable for highly viscous
and contaminated media, also in aggressive ambience.
Typical scale ranges are from 0 ... 16 mbar to 0 ... 40 bar. Dependant upon the pressure range and the instrument model, overpressure safety of 3 x or 5 x full scale value is possible as standard.
For special designs, an overpressure safety of 10, 40, 100 or 400
bar is possible, with the measurement accuracy maintained. Liquid
filling the case ensures a precise instrument display, even with
high dynamic pressure loads and vibrations. Special wetted-parts
materials are available as options.
432.50, 433.50
432.36, 432.56
Industrial series, grey cast iron
case
Stainless steel version
Stainless steel version, high overpressure safety up to max. 400 bar
Nominal size:
Scale range:
Accuracy class:
Ingress protection:
Data sheet:
Nominal size:
Scale range:
Accuracy class:
Ingress protection:
Data sheet:
Nominal size:
Scale range:
Accuracy class:
Ingress protection:
Data sheet:
422.12, 423.12
100, 160 mm
0 … 16 mbar to 0 … 40 bar
1.6
IP54
PM 04.02
Further information at www.wika.com
100, 160 mm
0 … 16 mbar to 0 … 25 bar
1.6
IP54
PM 04.03
100, 160 mm
0 … 16 mbar to 0 … 40 bar
1.6
IP54
PM 04.07
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Bourdon tube pressure gauge
Bourdon tube pressure gauges for general applications
These pressure gauges are suitable for liquid and gaseous media,
so long as they are not highly viscous or crystallising and do not
attack copper alloy parts. The scale ranges cover pressures from
0.6 ... 1,000 bar.
These instruments are manufactured to EN 837-1 (Bourdon tube
pressure gauges; dimensions, metrology, requirements and testing). For measuring points with high dynamic loads, such as fast
load cycles or vibrations, a liquid-filled design should be used.
131.11
222.30, 223.20
232.36, 233.36
Stainless steel version,
standard
Safety version, stainless steel,
high pressure
Safety version, stainless steel, high
overpressure safety
Nominal size:
Scale range:
Nominal size:
Scale range:
Accuracy class:
Data sheet:
Nominal size:
Scale range:
Accuracy class:
Data sheet:
Accuracy class:
Data sheet:
40, 50, 63 mm
■■ NS 40, 50: 0 … 1 to 0… 600 bar.
■■ NS 63: 0 … 1 to 0 … 1,000 bar
2.5
PM 01.05
232.30, 233.30
Safety version, stainless steel
Accuracy class:
Ingress protection:
Data sheet:
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232.50, 233.50
Stainless steel version
GL
GL
Nominal size:
Scale range:
160 mm
0 … 2,000 to 0 … 7,000 bar
1.0
PM 02.09
63, 100, 160 mm
■■ NS 63: 0 … 1 to 0… 1,000 bar
■■ NS 100: 0 … 0.6 to 0 … 1,000 bar
■■ NS 160: 0 … 0.6 to 0 … 1,600 bar
1.0 (NS 100, 160), 1.6 (NS 63)
IP65
PM 02.04
Nominal size:
Scale range:
Accuracy class:
Ingress protection:
Data sheet:
63, 100, 160 mm
■■ NS 63: 0 … 1 to 0 … 1,000 bar
■■ NS 100: 0 … 0.6 to 0 … 1,000 bar
■■ NS 160: 0 … 0.6 to 0 … 1,600 bar
1.0/1.6 (NS 63)
IP65
PM 02.02
100, 160 mm
0 … 0.6 to 0 … 40 bar
1.0
PM 02.15
Pressure measurement
113.53
212.20
213.40
Standard version,
with liquid filling
Industrial series
Forged brass case,
with liquid filling
GL
GL
Nominal size:
Scale range:
Accuracy class:
Ingress protection:
Data sheet:
40, 80, 100 mm
-1 … 0 to 0 … 400 bar
1.6 (NS 80, 100), 2.5 (NS 40)
IP65
PM 01.08
Nominal size:
Scale range:
Accuracy class:
Data sheet:
100, 160 mm
0 … 0.6 to 0 … 600 bar
1.0
PM 02.01
Nominal size:
Scale range:
Accuracy class:
Ingress protection:
Data sheet:
63, 80, 100 mm
-1 … 0 to 0 … 1,000 bar
1.0 (NS 100), 1.6 (NS 63 and 80)
IP65
PM 02.06
213.53
214.11
100.02
Stainless steel case,
with liquid filling
Edgewise panel design,
for panel mounting
Thermomanometer for pressure
and temperature measurement
Nominal size:
Scale range:
Nominal size:
Scale range:
GL
Nominal size:
Scale range:
Accuracy class:
Ingress protection:
Data sheet:
50, 63, 100 mm
■■ NS 50: -1 … 0 to 0 … 400 bar
■■ NS 63, 100: -1 … 0 to 0 … 1,000 bar
1.0 (NS 100), 1.6 (NS 50, 63)
IP65
PM 02.12
Further information at www.wika.com
Accuracy class:
Ingress protection:
Data sheet:
144 x 72, 144 x 144, 96 x 96, 72 x 72
■■ NS 144 x 72, 144 x 144, 96 x 96:
0 ... 0.6 to 0 ... 1,000 bar
■■ NS 72 x 72: 0 … 0.6 to 0 … 400 bar
1.6, 1.0
IP42
PM 02.07
Accuracy class:
Data sheet:
63, 80 mm
■■ Pressure: 0 … 1 to 0 … 16 bar
■■ Temperature: 0 … 100 to 0 … 150 °C
■■ Pressure: 2.5 (EN 837-1)
■■ Temperature: 2.5 °C
PM 01.23
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Connection to the process with
diaphragm seals
Diaphragm seals
Advantages of diaphragm seals
Diaphragm seals separate the pressure gauge, pressure transmitter
or pressure switch from the measuring medium and ensure a process connection which is either free of dead spaces or where dead
spaces are reduced to a minimum.
The isolation is achieved by means of a flexible metal diaphragm.
The internal space between the diaphragm and the pressure measuring instrument is completely filled with a system fill fluid. The
process pressure is transmitted by the elastic diaphragm into the
fluid and from there to the measuring instrument.
In contrast to ceramic principles, with diaphragm seals - as a
result of the measuring cell's metallic construction - additional
sealing elements are eliminated, and so the maintenance burden
is significantly reduced. Ceramic measuring cells exhibit a high
sensitivity to dynamic loads. With any sudden pressure spikes, the
ceramic cell can be destroyed. In these cases, combinations of
pressure measuring instruments and diaphragm seals are clearly
preferable.
Pressure measuring instrument
(pressure gauge or transmitter)
Direct mounting
Diaphragm seal
System fill fluid
Diaphragm
(welded to diaphragm seal)
Sealing
Clamp
Welding socket
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Pressure measurement
990.31
990.34
990.10
Plastic body, threaded design
Welded design
Threaded design
Application:
Application:
Application:
PN max:
Data sheet:
Chemical engineering with plastic
pipework, electroplating; particularly for
wastewater and agricultural fertilisers
10 bar
DS 99.02
PN:
Data sheet:
Machine-building, plant-construction and
process-industry applications with high
requirements
160, 400, 600 or 1,000 bar
DS 99.04
PN:
Data sheet:
General applications in the process
industry
25, 100 or 250 bar
DS 99.01
990.27
990.18
981.22
Flush diaphragm
Milk thread fitting per DIN 11851
In-line diaphragm seal, Tri-clamp
®
Application:
PN:
Data sheet:
Process and petrochemical industries with
high measuring requirements
10 … 250 (400) bar (class 150 … 2,500)
DS 99.27
Further information at www.wika.com
Process connection: Grooved union nut/threaded coupling
PN max:
40 or 25 bar
Data sheet:
DS 99.40
Process connection: Tri-clamp, clamp DIN 32676, ISO 2852
■■ 40 bar (DN 20 … 40)
PN max:
■■ 25 bar (from DN 50)
Data sheet:
DS 98.52
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Electrical temperature measurement
Design of an electrical thermometer
An electrical thermometer, as a rule, is modular in design and consists of 3 main components: the thermowell, the connection
head and the measuring insert.
The thermowell is used for adapting the thermometer to the
process and to protect the sensor against the sometimes harsh
process conditions.
In the connection head, the electrical connection of the measuring
insert is made, which can either be fitted with a ceramic cap or a
temperature transmitter.
With a rotatable screw connection between the thermowell and
the connection head, this can be rotated in the desired direction,
and in addition, if required, the connection head can be removed
together with the measuring insert.
This allows the thermometer, with the entire measuring chain,
to be calibrated directly on site without having to disconnect the
electrical connections. This avoids having to open the process,
and thus a potential risk of contamination is minimised.
Connection head
Cable gland
Measuring insert with ceramic terminal or
temperature transmitter
Thermowell:
Threaded connection
Neck tube
Process connection
Design of an electrical
thermometer with thermowell
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Stem
Sensor
Temperature measurement
Temperature switches and
resistance thermometers
TSD-30
TF35
Electronic temperature switch
OEM screw-in thermometer with
plug connection
Sensor element:
Measuring range:
Switching output:
Measuring range:
-50 … +250 °C
Measuring element: Pt100, Pt1000, NTC, KTY, Ni1000
■■ Compact design
Special feature:
■■ Very high vibration resistance
■■ Ingress protection of IP54 to IP69K,
depending on the connector
Data sheet:
TE 67.10
Data sheet:
Pt1000
-20 … +80 °C
1 or 2 (PNP or NPN),
analogue output (optional)
TE 67.03
TF43
OEM insertion thermometer for
refrigeration technology
Measuring range:
-50 … +105 °C
Measuring element: Pt100, Pt1000, NTC
■■ Plastic-moulded measuring element
Special feature:
■■ Waterproof
■■ Compatible with market-standard
refrigeration controllers
Data sheet:
TE 67.13
Further information at www.wika.com
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Resistance thermometers
Resistance thermometers are particularly suited, as a result of
their quality and measurement accuracy, to applications in the food
and beverage industry and also the pharmaceutical, biotechnology
and cosmetics manufacturing industries.
Resistance thermometers are equipped with metallic-conductor
based sensor elements which change their electrical resistance
as a function of temperature. The connection to the evaluation
electronics (transmitter, controller, display, chart recorder, etc.)
can be made with a 2-, 3- or 4-wire circuit, depending on the
application.
TR33
TR34
TR40
Miniature design
Miniature design,
explosion-protected
Cable resistance thermometer
Sensor element:
Measuring range:
Output:
Data sheet:
Sensor element:
Measuring range:
Output:
Data sheet:
Sensor element:
Measuring range:
Connection method:
Cable:
Data sheet:
1 x Pt100, 1 x Pt1000
-50 … +250 °C
Pt100, Pt1000, 4 … 20 mA
TE 60.33
1 x Pt100, 1 x Pt1000
-50 … +250 °C
Pt100, Pt1000, 4 … 20 mA
TE 60.34
1 x Pt100, 2 x Pt100
-200 … +600 °C
2-, 3- and 4-wire
PVC, silicone, PTFE
TE 60.40
TR50
TR53
TR55
Surface resistance thermometer
Bayonet resistance thermometer
With spring-loaded tip
Sensor element:
Measuring range:
Connection method:
Process connection:
Data sheet:
Sensor element:
Measuring range:
Connection method:
Process connection:
Data sheet:
Sensor element:
Measuring range:
Connection method:
Process connection:
Data sheet:
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1 x Pt100, 2 x Pt100
-50 … +250 °C
2-, 3- and 4-wire
Surface mounting
TE 60.50
1 x Pt100, 2 x Pt100
-50 … +400 °C
2-, 3- and 4-wire
Bayonet
TE 60.53
1 x Pt100, 2 x Pt100
-50 … +450 °C
2-, 3- and 4-wire
Compression fitting
TE 60.55
Temperature measurement
Resistance thermometers for
ultrapure water
TR21-A
TR21-B
TR21-C
Miniature design with flange
connection
Miniature design for orbital
welding
Miniature design with welded
flange connection
®
®
Sensor element:
Measuring range:
Output:
Connection to
thermowell:
Data sheet:
Pt100
-50 … +250 °C
Pt100, 4 … 20 mA
Removable G ⅜"
TE 60.26
®
Sensor element:
Measuring range:
Output:
Connection to
thermowell:
Data sheet:
Pt100
-50 … +250 °C
Pt100, 4 … 20 mA
Removable G ⅜"
TE 60.27
TR22-A
TR22-B
With flange connection
For orbital welding
®
Sensor element:
Measuring range:
Connection to
thermowell:
Data sheet:
Removable M24
TE 60.22
Further information at www.wika.com
Sensor element:
Measuring range:
Connection to
thermowell:
Data sheet:
Pt100
-50 … +250 °C
Pt100, 4 … 20 mA
Welded
TE 60.28
TR25
In-line resistance thermometer
®
®
Pt100
-50 … +250 °C
Sensor element:
Measuring range:
Output:
Connection to
thermowell:
Data sheet:
Pt100
-50 … +250 °C
Removable M24
TE 60.23
Sensor element:
Measuring range:
Connection method:
Data sheet:
Pt100
-50 … +250 °C
3- or 4-wire
TE 60.25
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Digital indicators, temperature
controllers
With digital indicators, the measured values from electrical
temperature sensors or from pressure and temperature
transmitters are shown on a display. Integrated alarm outputs
enable, in addition, the control of the measured process values.
Even simple two-position control, such as level control, is possible
with the switching outputs from the digital indicators.
Temperature controllers are used to control the temperature in
production processes or for the temperature regulation of raw
materials and finished products in storage and transport vessels.
With the help of switchable set points, different set points can be
easily selected. Via optional serial interfaces, controllers can be
connected to a network and connected to a higher-level control
room.
DI10, DI25, DI30, DI32-1, DI35
SC64
For panel mounting, 48 x 24, 96 x 48, 96 x 96 mm
For panel mounting, 64 mm, round
Input:
Output:
Power supply:
Input:
Control mode:
Monitoring output:
Power supply:
Standard signals or multi-function input for resistance thermometers, thermocouples and standard signals
2 … 4 switch points
■■ DC 9 … 28 V (DI32-1, DI25)
■■ AC 100 … 240 V (DI25, DI30, DI35)
■■ Supply from the 4 … 20 mA current loop (DI10)
Optional special features: ■■ Integrated transmitter supply (DI25, DI30, DI35)
■■ Analogue output signal (DI25, DI35)
■■ Wall-mounting case (DI10, DI30)
Data sheet:
AC 80.06, AC 80.13, AC 80.02, AC 80.05, AC 80.03
CS4M, CS4H, CS4L and CS4R
For panel mounting, 48 x 24, 48 x 96, 96 x 96 mm, for rail mounting
(only CS4R), 22.5 x 75 mm
Input:
Control mode:
Monitoring output:
Power supply:
Data sheet:
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Multi-function input for resistance thermometers, thermocouples and standard signals
PID, PI, PD, P, ON/OFF (configurable)
Relay or logic level DC 0/12 V to control an electronic switch relay (SSR) or analogue current signal
4 … 20 mA
■■ AC 100 … 240 V
■■ AC/DC 24 V
AC 85.06, AC 85.03, AC 85.04, AC 85.05
Data sheet:
Pt100 or PTC
Simple 2-point controller
Relay switching output 16 A, 250 V
■■ AC 230 V
■■ AC 12 … 24 V or DC 16 … 32 V
AC 85.25
Temperature measurement
Temperature
transmitters
Transmitters convert the temperature-dependent change in
resistance of resistance thermometers or the temperaturedependent voltage change in a thermocouple into a proportional
standard signal. The most commonly used standard signal is the
analogue 4 ... 20 mA signal, though digital signals (fieldbus) are
gaining more and more importance.
By using intelligent circuit concepts with analogue 4 … 20
mA signals, any sensor errors that occur are signalled and
simultaneously transmitted with the measured value over a twowire line (current loop).
The conversion and transmission of the standard signals
(analogue or digital) is made over long distances and completely
fail-safe.
A temperature transmitter can either be mounted directly at the
measuring point in the connection head or on a DIN rail in a
cabinet.
T12
T15
T32
Universally programmable digital
transmitter
Digital temperature transmitter
HART® transmitter
Input:
Accuracy:
Output:
Special feature:
Data sheet:
Input:
Input:
Resistance thermometers, thermocouples
< 0.2 %
4 … 20 mA
PC configurable
TE 12.03
Accuracy:
Output:
Special feature:
Data sheet:
Resistance thermometers, thermocouples,
potentiometers
< 0.1 %
4 … 20 mA
The fastest and simplest configuration on
the market
TE 15.01
Accuracy:
Output:
Special feature:
Data sheet:
Resistance thermometers, thermocouples,
potentiometers
< 0.1 %
4 … 20 mA, HART® protocol
TÜV certified SIL version
(full assessment)
TE 32.04
T53
T91
TIF50, TIF52
FOUNDATION™ Fieldbus und
PROFIBUS® PA transmitter
Analogue transmitter,
3-wire, 0 ... 10 V
HART® field temperature
transmitter
Input:
Input:
Resistance thermometers, thermocouples
Input:
Accuracy:
Output:
Special feature:
Data sheet:
< 0.5 or < 1 %
0 … 10 V, 0 … 5 V
Fixed measuring range
TE 91.01, TE 91.02
Accuracy:
Output:
Special feature:
Data sheet:
Accuracy:
Special feature:
Data sheet:
Resistance thermometers, thermocouples,
potentiometers
< 0.1 %
PC configurable
TE 53.01
Further information at www.wika.com
Resistance thermometers, thermocouples,
potentiometers
< 0.1 %
4 … 20 mA, HART® protocol
PC configurable
TE 62.01
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Mechatronic and mechanical
temperature measuring instruments
The mechanical temperature measuring instruments work on the
bimetal, expansion or gas actuation principle and cover scale
ranges from -200 … +700 °C. All thermometers are suited for
operation in a thermowell if necessary.
As a result of the integration of switch contacts and output signals
into our mechanical temperature measuring instruments, we can
offer a wide variety of combined instruments.
55 with 8xx
Bimetal thermometer,
stainless steel version
Nominal size:
Scale range:
Wetted parts:
Option:
Data sheet:
40
100, 160 mm
-70 … +30 to 0 … 600 °C
Stainless steel
Liquid damping to max. 250 °C
(case and sensor)
TV 25.01
With switch contacts the pointer position triggers a change-over.
Electrical output signals are realised via an additional, independent sensor circuit (resistance thermometer or thermocouple).
73 with 8xx
Gas-actuated thermometer,
stainless steel version
Nominal size:
Scale range:
Wetted parts:
Option:
Data sheet:
100, 160, 144 x 144 mm
-80 … +60 to 0 … 700 °C
Stainless steel
■■ Capillary
■■ Liquid damping (case)
TV 27.01
Temperature measurement
55
R73, S73, A73
Bimetal thermometer, stainless
steel version, axial and radial,
adjustable stem and dial
Gas-actuated thermometer, axial
and radial, adjustable stem and
dial
Nominal size:
Scale range:
Wetted parts:
Option:
Nominal size:
Scale range:
Wetted parts:
Option:
Data sheet:
63, 100, 160 mm
-70 … +70 to 0 … +600 °C
Stainless steel
Liquid damping to max. 250 °C
(case and sensor)
TM 55.01
Further information at www.wika.com
Data sheet:
100, 160 mm
-200 … +50 to 0 … +700 °C
Stainless steel
■■ Liquid damping (case)
■■ Contact bulb
TM 73.01
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Thermowells
For connecting the thermometer to a process line or a vessel,
WIKA offers a comprehensive programme of thermowells.
Here, the following thermowell groups can be distinguished:
„„ Thermowells with flange connections, such as clamp or milk
thread fitting to DIN 11851, are integrated into the process via
an existing connection welded into the pipe or tank. For aseptic
processes, it is recommended that the connection is made via
VARIVENT® or NEUMO BioControl® flanges.
„„ For a direct connection of the thermowell into the pipeline,
thermowells are available which are fitted via an orbital weld or
via a hygienic process connection sandwiched into the pipeline
(patent applied for, patent no. GM 000984349).
„„ For temperature measurement in tanks and larger vessels, the
thermowells can be welded to the tanks with welding balls or
welding collars. One should however take care that the inner
welding seam is polished and passivated after welding.
TW10
TW15
TW20
Solid-machined with flange
Solid-machined to screw in
Socket weld
(solid-machined)
Thermowell form:
Nominal width:
Thermowell form:
Head version:
Tapered, straight or stepped
Hexagon, round with hexagon, or round
with spanner flats
Process connection: ½, ¾ or 1 NPT
Data sheet:
TW 95.15
Thermowell form:
Welding diameter
TW22
TW25
TW30
Fabricated with flange connection
for sanitary applications
Weld–in (solid-machined)
Vanstone (solid-machined) for
lapped flanges
Thermowell form:
Head diameter:
Data sheet:
Thermowell form:
Nominal width:
Pressure rating:
Data sheet:
Pressure rating:
Data sheet:
Tapered, straight or stepped
ASME 1 … 4 inch DIN/EN
DN 25 … 100
ASME to 2,500 lbs (DIN/EN to PN 100)
TW 95.10, TW 95.11, TW 95.12
Pressure rating:
Data sheet:
Tapered, straight or stepped
1.050, 1.315 or 1.900 inch
(26.7, 33.4 or 48.3 mm)
3,000 or 6,000 psig
TW 95.20
®
Aseptic connection: ■■ DIN 11851
■■ DIN 32676
■■ Tri-clamp
■■ VARIVENT®
■■ BioControl®
Thermowell material: Stainless steel 1.4435
Data sheet:
TW 95.22
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Tapered, straight or stepped
Up to 2 inch (50.8 mm)
TW 95.25
Tapered, straight or stepped
ASME 1, 1½ or 2 inch
ASME up to 2,500 lbs
TW 95.30
VARIVENT® is a registered trademark of the company GEA Tuchenhagen
BioControl® is a registered trademark of the company NEUMO
Temperature measurement
TW35
Threaded (fabricated)
(DIN 43772 form 2, 2G, 3, 3G)
Thermowell form:
Material:
Instrument connection:
Data sheet:
TW40
Fabricated with flange
(DIN 43772 form 2F, 3F)
Thermowell form:
Nominal width:
Pressure rating:
Data sheet:
Form 2F or 3F
DIN/EN DN 25 … 50
ASME 1 … 2 inch
DIN/EN up to PN 100
(ASME up to 1,500 psig)
TW 95.40
Form 2, 2G, 3 or 3G
Stainless steel
M24 x 1.5 rotatable
TW 95.35
TW50
TW45
Threaded
(fabricated, DIN 43772 form 5, 8)
Threaded (solid-machined,
DIN 43772 form 6, 7, 9)
Thermowell form:
Material:
Data sheet:
Thermowell form:
Data sheet:
Form 5 or 8
Stainless steel or copper alloy
TW 95.45
Form 6, 7 or 9
TW 95.50
TW55
TW60
TW61
Solid-machined for weld-in or with
flange (DIN 43772 form 4, 4F)
Solid-machined,
with sterile connection
For orbital welding for sanitary
applications
®
Thermowell form:
Nominal width:
Pressure rating:
Data sheet:
Form 4 or 4F
DIN/EN DN 25 … 50
ASME 1 … 2 inch
DIN/EN up to PN 100
(ASME up to 2,500 psig)
TW 95.55
Further information at www.wika.com
Process connection: Tri-Clamp, conical coupling
Nominal width:
1 … 3 inch
®
Tube standard:
Material:
Data sheet:
DIN 11866 row A, B, C
Stainless steel 1.4435
TW 95.61
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Bypass level indicators
Continuous level measurement via visual indication of the level without power supply
Advantages
„„ Simple, robust design
„„ Level displayed proportional to volume or height
„„ Pressure- and gas-tight separation between chamber and
display/measuring equipment
„„ Individual design and corrosion resistant materials make the
products suitable for a broad range of applications
„„ Pressure range from vacuum up to 500 bar
„„ Temperature range up to 450 °C
„„ Density ≥ 400 kg/m³
„„ Explosion-protected versions
„„ Interface measurement and overall level from ∆ density
≥ 100 kg/m³
Options
The following instruments can be attached
externally to the bypass level indicator to
provide additional functionality:
Level sensors
These are used as measured value
pick-ups for the continuous monitoring
and recording of the level in connection
with external transmitters. They
transform the resistance value of the
level sensors into a standardised
analogue signal that is proportional to
the height of the level. 2-wire, headmounted transmitters are available in
the versions 4 ...20 mA programmable,
HART® protocol, PROFIBUS® PA and
FOUNDATION™ Fieldbus.
Magnetic switches
These serve to detect the limits of filling
levels. They generate a binary signal which
can be fed to down-stream signalling or
control equipment.
Magnetic display with and without
scale
Two-coloured, continuous visual indication
of the current level without power supply.
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BNA-P
BNA
Plastic version
Stainless steel version
Material:
Process connection:
Pressure:
Temperature:
Density:
Data sheet:
Material:
PVDF, PP
Flange: DIN, ANSI, EN
PVDF 6 bar, PP 4 bar
-25 … +80 °C
≥ 800 kg/m³
LM 10.01
Austenitic steels, 6Mo, Hastelloy, titanium,
Monel, Inconel, Incoloy, Duplex, Super
Duplex
Process connection: ■■ Flange: DIN, ANSI, EN
■■ Thread
■■ Weld stub
Temperature:
-160 … +450 °C
Density:
≥ 400 kg/m³
Data sheet:
LM 10.01
Level measuring instruments
Bypass level indicators,
PLUS series
Combines the tried-and-trusted bypass with further independent measuring principles
PLUS
Guided microwave (TDR)
Reed measuring chain
Magnetostrictive
Limit switch (magnetic, tuning fork)
The wide range of combination possibilities offer a very large
application spectrum.
Advantages
Compact design
Only 2 process connections required
Absolute measuring redundancy possible
Visual level measurement constantly given
Up to 3 independent measuring principles possible
Customer-specific designs
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Output signals/communication
2- and 4-wire technology, 4 … 20 mA, HART®, PROFIBUS® PA,
FOUNDATION™ Fieldbus/DTM/FDT (PACTware™)
KOplus
DUplus
SIplus
Coaxial: 2 sensors,
1 external chamber
Dual: 2 external
chambers
Single: 1 external
chamber
Material:
Material:
Material:
Pressure:
Temperature:
Density:
Stainless steel, 6Mo, Hastelloy, titanium,
Monel, Inconel, Incoloy, Duplex, Super
Duplex
0 … 40 bar
-200 … +400 °C
≥ 400 kg/m³
Further information at www.wika.com
Pressure:
Temperature:
Density:
Stainless steel, 6Mo, Hastelloy, titanium,
Monel, Inconel, Incoloy, Duplex, Super
Duplex
0 … 400 bar
-200 … +400 °C
≥ 400 kg/m³
Pressure:
Temperature:
Density:
Stainless steel, 6Mo, Hastelloy, titanium,
Monel, Inconel, Incoloy, Duplex, Super
Duplex
0 … 400 bar
-200 … +400 °C
≥ 400 kg/m³
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Magnetic float switches
For vertical installation
A float with a permanent magnet moves reliably along with the
liquid level on a guide tube. Within the guide tube is fitted a reed
contact (inert gas contact), which is energised, through the
non-magnetic walls of the float and guide tube, by the approach of
the float magnet.
By using a magnet and reed contact the switching operation is noncontact, free from wear and needs no power supply. The contacts
are potential-free. Magnetic float switches are also available with
multiple switch points. The switch functions always refer to a
rising liquid level: normally open, normally closed or change-over
contact.
FLS-S
FLS-P
ELS
Stainless steel version,
for vertical installation
Plastic version,
for vertical installation
For lateral mounting
Switch points:
Max. 8 switch points
Process connection: ■■ Mounting thread
■■ Flange: DIN, ANSI, EN
Guide tube length: Max. 6,000 mm
Pressure:
0 … 100 bar
Temperature:
-196 … +300 °C
Density:
≥ 390 kg/m³
Data sheet:
LM 30.01
Switch points:
Max. 8 switch points
Process connection: ■■ Mounting thread
■■ Flange: DIN, ANSI, EN
Guide tube length: Max. 5,000 mm
Pressure:
0 … 3 bar
Temperature:
-10 … +100 °C
Density:
≥ 400 kg/m³
Data sheet:
LM 30.01
External chamber: Aluminium, red bronze, stainless steel
Process connection: Threaded pipe connection GE10-LR
galvanised steel
Pressure:
Up to 6 bar
Temperature:
-30 … +300 °C
Data sheet:
LM 30.03
FLS-H
Hygienic version
Process connection: All common process
connections with hygienic
design
Guide tube length: Max. 6,000 mm
Pressure:
0 … 6 bar
Temperature:
-40 … +200 °C
Density:
≥ 300 kg/m3
Data sheet:
LM 30.01
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LSD-30
Electronic level switch,
with display
Measuring range:
Density:
Switching output:
Sensor length 250, 370, 410, 520, 730 mm
≥ 0.7 g/cm3 (NBR float)
■■ 1 or 2 (PNP or NPN)
■■ Analogue output (optional)
Process connection: G ¾ A, ¾ NPT
Data sheet:
LM 40.01
Level measuring instruments
For horizontal installation
Through the use of a float for a max. of 2 switch points a bistable
switch behaviour can be achieved, meaning that the switching
status also remains available, when the filling level continues
to rise above or drop below the switch point. The float switch is
simple to mount and maintenance-free, so the costs of mounting,
commissioning and operation are low.
HLS-S
HLS-P
Stainless steel version,
for horizontal installation
Plastic version,
for horizontal installation
Process connection:
Pressure:
Temperature:
Density:
Material:
Data sheet:
Process connection:
Pressure:
Temperature:
Density:
Material:
Data sheet:
Flange: DIN, ANSI, EN
0 … 232 bar
-196 … +350 °C
≥ 600 kg/m³
Stainless steel, titanium
LM 30.02
Flange: DIN, ANSI, EN
0 … 3 bar
-10 … +80 °C
≥ 750 kg/m³
PP
LM 30.02
HLS-M1
HLS-M2
Plastic version,
with cable outlet
Stainless steel version,
with cable outlet
Process connection: ■■ ½" NPT
(installation in the tank from outside)
■■ G ¼" (installation in the tank from inside)
Pressure:
1 bar
Temperature:
-10 … +80 °C
Material:
PP
Electrical
connection:
Cable
Data sheet:
LM 30.06
Process connection: ■■ ½" NPT
(installation in the tank from outside)
■■ G ¼" (installation in the tank from inside)
Pressure:
5 bar
Temperature:
-40 … +120 °C
Material:
Stainless steel 1.4301
Electrical
connection:
Cable or connector
Data sheet:
LM 30.06
Further information at www.wika.com
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Level sensors
These sensors with reed-chain technology are used for level
measurement in liquid media. They work on the float principle with
magnetic transmission.
Advantages
„„ The reliable and proven operation principle is suitable for a very
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wide range of applications
Continuous measurement of levels, independent of physical
and chemical changes of the liquid such as foaming,
conductivity, dielectric, pressure, vacuum, temperature,
vapours, condensation, bubble formation, boiling effects,
density change
Signal transmission over long distances
Simple installation and commissioning, onetime calibration
only, no recalibration necessary
Interface measurement and overall level from ∆ density
≥ 100 kg/m³
Explosion-protected versions
Output signal 4 … 20 mA, HART®, PROFIBUS® PA,
FOUNDATION™ Fieldbus
The float's magnetic system in the guide tube actuates a
resistance measuring chain that corresponds to a 3-wire
potentiometer circuit. The measurement voltage generated by
this is proportional to the fill level.
„„ Resolution ≥ 5 mm
„„ Level displayed proportional to volume or height
„„ In combination with limit switches, stepless setting of the limit
values possible over the entire measuring range
„„ High repeat accuracy of the set points
„„ Cable and plug versions
FLR-S
FLR-P
FLR-H
Stainless steel version
Plastic version, PP, PVDF, PP
Hygienic version
Process connection: ■■ Mounting thread
■■ Flange: DIN,
ANSI, EN
Guide tube length: Max. 6,000 mm
Pressure:
0 … 100 bar
Temperature:
-80 … +200 °C
Density:
≥ 400 kg/m³
Data sheet:
LM 20.02
Process connection: ■■ Mounting thread
■■ Flange: DIN,
ANSI, EN
Guide tube length: Max. 5,000 mm
Pressure:
0 … 3 bar
Temperature:
-10 … +100 °C
Density:
≥ 800 kg/m3
Data sheet:
LM 20.02
Process connection: All common process connections in hygienic design
Guide tube length: Max. 6,000 mm
Pressure:
0 … 10 bar
Temperature:
-40 … +200 °C
Density:
≥ 400 kg/m3
Data sheet:
LM 20.02
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Level measuring instruments
Submersible pressure transmitters
Submersible pressure transmitters are available in a wide range
of different versions for level measurement on open and closed
vessels, tanks, drinking water wells, deep wells and wastewater
plants.
LS-10
IL-10
Standard version
Intrinsically safe
GL
Accuracy:
Measuring range:
Data sheet:
≤ 0.5 (± % of span)
0 … 0.25 to 0 … 10 bar
PE 81.55
Accuracy:
Measuring range:
Special feature:
Data sheet:
≤ 0.25 or 0.5 (± % of span)
0 … 0.1 to 0 … 25 bar
■■ Explosion protection in accordance with
ATEX, FM, CSA and EAC
■■ Hastelloy design (optional)
■■ Highly resistive FEP cable (optional)
PE 81.23
LH-10
LH-20
High performance
High performance
GL
Non-linearity:
Measuring range:
Special feature:
Ingress protection:
Data sheet:
≤ 0.2 or 0.1 (± % of span)
■■ 0 … 0.1 to 0 … 25 bar
■■ 0 … 1.6 to 0 … 25 bar abs.
■■ Precise and reliable
■■ Integrated temperature measurement
(option):
■■ Design out of Hastelloy and FEP cable
for especially high resistance (option)
Non-linearity:
Measuring range:
Special feature:
■■ IP68 permanently up to 300 m water
column
PE 81.09
Further information at www.wika.com
Data sheet:
≤ 0.2 or 0.1 (± % of span)
■■ 0 … 0.1 to 0 … 25 bar
■■ 0 … 1.6 to 0 … 25 bar abs.
■■ Slender design
■■ Scalable measuring range (optional)
■■ Resistant against the harshest
environmental conditions
■■ Reliable and secure by double-sealed
design
■■ Titanium case for especially high
resistance (optional)
PE 81.56
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Optoelectronic switches
Advantages
Operating principle
„„ Recording of the level with the cone tip is independent to
a large extent of the physical characteristics of the liquids
such as density, dielectric constant, conductivity, colour and
refractive index
„„ Detection of interface layers with rounded tip (OLS-S switch)
„„ The extremely compact design guarantees minimum space
requirements and measurement in very small volumes
Interface layer
Level
OLS-C01
OLS-C02
OEM switch, compact design,
standard version
OEM switch, compact design,
with selectable switch length
Material:
Process connection:
Pressure:
Temperature:
Data sheet:
Material:
Process connection:
Pressure:
Temperature:
Switch length:
Data sheet:
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Stainless steel, borosilicate glass
G ⅜", G ½" or M12 x 1
Max. 25 bar
-30 … +100 °C
LM 31.31
Stainless steel, borosilicate glass
G ½"
Max. 25 bar
-30 … +100 °C
65 … 3,000 mm
LM 31.32
Level measuring instruments
OLS-S, OLS-H
OSA-S
OLS-C20
Standard and high-pressure
version
Switching amplifier for models
OLS-S, OLS-H
Compact design, high-pressure
version
Material:
Output:
Function:
Time delay:
Voltage supply:
Material:
Stainless steel, quartz glass
Process connection: ■■ M16 x 1.5
■■ G ½ A
■■ ½ NPT
Insertion length:
24 mm
Pressure:
0 … 50 bar
Temperature:
-30 … +135°C
Data sheet:
LM 31.02
Stainless steel, Hastelloy, KM-glass,
quartz glass, sapphire, graphite
Process connection: ■■ G ½ A
■■ ½ NPT
Pressure:
0 … 500 bar
Temperature:
-269 … +400 °C
Approval:
EX i
Data sheet:
LM 31.01
Further information at www.wika.com
Approval:
Data sheet:
1 signal relay, 1 failure relay
High or low alarm
Up to 8 s
AC 24/115/120/230 V
DC 24 V
EX i
LM 31.01
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Accessories
Accessories for pressure gauges
Stopcocks
Instrument mounting bracket
Model 910.10
Model 910.16
Shut-off valves
Pressure gauge in-line filters
Model 910.11
Model 910.22
Adapters
Overpressure protectors
Model 910.14
Model 910.13
Sealings
Syphons
Model 910.17
Model 910.15
Snubbers
Model 910.12
Power supply units
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Power supply unit
Ex galvanic isolator
Model A-VA-1
Model SI815
Power supply unit
Repeater power supply
Model KFA6-STR-1.24.500
Model IS barrier
Accessories
Accessories for temperature measuring instruments
Thermowells
Retaining clip for TF44
See data sheet TW 90.11
See data sheet TE 67.14
Thermowells for TF45
Protective sun cover for TF41
See data sheet TE 67.15
See data sheet TE 67.17
Worm-drive hose clip for TF44
Hand-held thermometer
CTH6300
See data sheet TE 67.14
Further accessories can be found online at www.wika.com.
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Calibration technology
From individual components ...
WIKA is the ideal partner for solutions in calibration technology, whether only a
single service instrument is required quickly on site, or whether a fully automated
calibration system needs to be designed for the laboratory or production.
We are able to offer an appropriate solution for each application. In relation to the measuring
task and the measurement parameters, the following product matrix will assist you.
Portable pressure generation
Measuring components
Hand-helds, calibrators
Test pumps serve as pressure generators
for the testing of mechanical and electronic
pressure measuring instruments through
comparative measurements. These pressure
tests can take place in the laboratory or
workshop, or on site at the measuring point.
High-precision pressure sensors and very
stable standard thermometers are ideal
for applications as references in industrial
laboratories. Due to their analogue or digital
interfaces they can be connected to existing
evaluation instruments.
Our hand-held measuring instruments
(process tools) offer a simple capability for
measurement or simulation of all established
measurement parameters on site. They can
be operated with a wide variety of pressure
sensors or thermometers.
Digitally indicating precision
measuring instruments
Digital precision instruments and
controllers
Fully automatic calibration
systems as integrated solutions
High-precision digital precision measuring instruments are ideal for applications as
reference standards in industrial laboratories,
enabling high-accuracy calibration. They
feature exceptionally simple handling and an
extensive range of functionality.
Due to their integrated controller, these
instruments offer exceptional convenience.
Typically, a fully automated setting of the
required value can be set via the interface.
Fully automated calibration systems are
customer-specific, turnkey installations which
can be fitted in laboratories as well as in the
production environment. With integrated
reference instruments and calibration software,
calibration certificates can be generated and
archived in a simple and reproducible way.
... to a fully automated system
Pressure
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temperature current, voltage, resistance
Calibration technology
Calibration services
Our calibration laboratory has been accredited for pressure since 1982 and for temperature since 1992 in accordance with
DIN EN ISO/IEC 17025. Since 2014, our calibration laboratory has also been accredited for the electrical measurement
parameters DC current, DC voltage and DC resistance.
From -1 bar … +8,000 bar
D-K-15105-01-00
From -196 °C … +1,200 °C
D-K-15105-01-00
We calibrate your pressure measuring instruments
quickly and precisely:
We calibrate your temperature measuring
instruments quickly and precisely:
„„ in the range from -1 bar ... +8,000 bar
„„ in the range from -196 °C ... +1,200 °C
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sing high-precision reference standards (pressure
balances) and working standards (precise electrical
pressure measuring instruments)
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ith an accuracy from 0.003 % ... 0.01 % of reading
depending on the pressure range
„„ in accordance with the directives DIN EN 837, DAkkSDKD-R 6-1, EURAMET cg-3 or EURAMET cg-17
Electrical measurement
parameters
D-K-15105-01-00
„„ in calibration baths, tube furnaces or at fixed points using
appropriate reference thermometers
„„ with an accuracy of 2 mK ... 1.5 K depending on
temperature and the procedure
„„ in accordance with the appropriate DKD/DAkkS and
EURAMET directives
On-site calibration
D-K-15105-01-00
We calibrate your electrical measuring instruments
quickly and precisely:
In order to have the least possible impact on the production
process, we offer you a time-saving, on-site DAkkS calibration
throughout Germany (measurement parameter pressure).
„„ DC current in the range 0 mA ... 100 mA
We calibrate your pressure and temperature
measuring instruments quickly and precisely:
„„ DC voltage in the range 0 V ... 100 V
„„ DC resistance in the range 0 Ω ... 10 kΩ
„„ in accordance with the directives: VDI/VDE/DGQ/DKD 2622
„„ in our calibration van or on your workbench
„„ with a DAkkS accreditation for pressure
- in the range of -1 ... +8,000 bar
- with accuracies between 0.025 % and 0.01 % of FS
for the standard used
„„ Inspection certificates 3.1 for the measurement parameter
temperature from -55 ... +1,100 °C
Further information at www.wika.com
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Europe
North America
Asia
Austria
WIKA Messgerätevertrieb
Ursula Wiegand GmbH & Co. KG
Perfektastr. 73
1230 Vienna
Tel. +43 1 8691631
Fax: +43 1 8691634
[email protected]
www.wika.at
Romania
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Corp 61, Etaj 1
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Fax: +40 21 4563137
[email protected]
www.wika.ro
Canada
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Head Office
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Tel. +1 780 4637035
Fax: +1 780 4620017
[email protected]
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Fax: +994 12 49704-62
[email protected]
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[email protected]
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[email protected]
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[email protected]
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[email protected]
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Croatia
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[email protected]
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[email protected]
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[email protected]
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Fax: +48 54 230110-1
[email protected]
www.wikapolska.pl
Serbia
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Sime Solaje 15
11060 Beograd
Tel. +381 11 2763722
Fax: +381 11 753674
[email protected]
www.wika.rs
Spain
Instrumentos WIKA S.A.U.
C/Josep Carner, 11-17
08205 Sabadell Barcelona
Tel. +34 933 9386-30
Fax: +34 933 9386-66
[email protected]
www.wika.es
Switzerland
MANOMETER AG
Industriestrasse 11
6285 Hitzkirch
Tel. +41 41 91972-72
Fax: +41 41 91972-73
[email protected]
www.manometer.ch
Turkey
WIKA Instruments Istanbul
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Fax: +90 216 41590-97
[email protected]
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Ukraine
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Fax: +38 044 4968380
[email protected]
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Fax: +44 1737 644-403
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201 Barnes Drive
San Marcos, TX 78666
Tel. +1 512 396-4200
Fax: +1 512 396-1820
[email protected]
www.mensor.com
Latin America
Argentina
WIKA Argentina S.A.
Gral. Lavalle 3568
(B1603AUH) Villa Martelli
Buenos Aires
Tel. +54 11 47301800
Fax: +54 11 47610050
[email protected]
www.wika.com.ar
Japan
WIKA Japan K. K.
MG Shibaura Bldg. 6F
1-8-4, Shibaura, Minato-ku
Tokyo 105-0023
Tel. +81 3 5439-6673
Fax: +81 3 5439-6674
[email protected]
www.wika.co.jp
Brazil
WIKA do Brasil Ind. e Com. Ltda.
Av. Úrsula Wiegand, 03
18560-000 Iperó - SP
Tel. +55 15 3459-9700
Fax: +55 15 3266-1196
[email protected]
www.wika.com.br
Kazakhstan
TOO WIKA Kazakhstan
Raimbekstr. 169, 3rd floor
050050 Almaty
Tel. +7 727 2330848
Fax: +7 727 2789905
[email protected]
www.wika.kz
Chile
WIKA Chile S.p.A.
Av. Coronel Pereira 72
Oficina 101
Las Condes - Santiago de Chile
Tel. +56 2 365-1719
[email protected]
www.wika.cl
Korea
WIKA Korea Ltd.
39 Gajangsaneopseo-ro Osan-si
Gyeonggi-do 447-210
Tel. +82 2 86905-05
Fax: +82 2 86905-25
[email protected]
www.wika.co.kr
Colombia
Instrumentos WIKA Colombia S.A.S.
Dorado Plaza,
Avenida Calle 26 No. 85D – 55
Local 126 y 126 A
Bogotá – Colombia
Tel. +57 1 744 3455
[email protected]
www.wika.co
Malaysia
WIKA Instrumentation (M) Sdn. Bhd.
No. 23, Jalan Jurukur U1/19
Hicom Glenmarie Industrial Park
40150 Shah Alam, Selangor
Tel. +60 3 5590 6666
[email protected]
www.wika.my
Mexico
Instrumentos WIKA Mexico
S.A. de C.V.
Viena 20 Ofna 301
Col. Juarez, Del. Cuauthemoc
06600 Mexico D.F.
Tel. +52 55 50205300
Fax: +52 55 50205300
[email protected]
www.wika.mx
WIKA Alexander Wiegand SE & Co. KG
Alexander-Wiegand-Straße 30∙63911 Klingenberg∙Germany
Tel. +49 9372 132-0∙Fax +49 9372 132-406
[email protected]∙www.wika.de
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Iran
WIKA Instrumentation Pars Kish
(KFZ) Ltd.
Apt. 307, 3rd Floor
8-12 Vanak St., Vanak Sq., Tehran
Tel. +98 21 88206-596
Fax: +98 21 88206-623
[email protected]
www.wika.ir
Philippines
WIKA Instruments Philippines, Inc.
Unit 102 Skyway Twin Towers
351 Capt. Henry Javier St.
Bgy. Oranbo, Pasig City 1600
Tel. +63 2 234-1270
Fax: +63 2 695-9043
[email protected]
www.wika.ph
Singapore
WIKA Instrumentation Pte. Ltd.
13 Kian Teck Crescent
628878 Singapore
Tel. +65 6844 5506
Fax: +65 6844 5507
[email protected]
www.wika.sg
Africa / Middle East
Egypt
WIKA Near East Ltd.
Villa No. 6, Mohamed Fahmy
Elmohdar St. - of Eltayaran St.
1st District - Nasr City - Cairo
Tel. +20 2 240 13130
Fax: +20 2 240 13113
[email protected]
www.wika.com.eg
Namibia
WIKA Instruments Namibia Pty Ltd.
P.O. Box 31263
Pionierspark
Windhoek
Tel. +26 4 61238811
Fax: +26 4 61233403
[email protected]
www.wika.com.na
South Africa
WIKA Instruments Pty. Ltd.
Chilvers Street, Denver
Johannesburg, 2094
Tel. +27 11 62100-00
Fax: +27 11 62100-59
[email protected]
www.wika.co.za
United Arab Emirates
WIKA Middle East FZE
Warehouse No. RB08JB02
P.O. Box 17492
Jebel Ali, Dubai
Tel. +971 4 883-9090
Fax: +971 4 883-9198
[email protected]
www.wika.ae
Australia
Australia
WIKA Australia Pty. Ltd.
Unit K, 10-16 South Street
Rydalmere, NSW 2116
Tel. +61 2 88455222
Fax: +61 2 96844767
[email protected]
www.wika.com.au
New Zealand
WIKA Instruments Limited
Unit 7 / 49 Sainsbury Road
St Lukes - Auckland 1025
Tel. +64 9 8479020
Fax: +64 9 8465964
[email protected]
www.wika.co.nz
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