Process control and instrumentation systems use pressure measurement to track and analyze the pressure exerted by liquids in specific scenarios.
Double D Electrical & Instrumentation uses this metric in the design and installation of process control instrumentation, specifically within the scope of industrial electric systems.
Differential Pressure Measurement
We measure differential pressure (DP) using transducers that convert the movement of mechanical elements to values that indicate pressure. As current flow varies, we can determine pressure variants accordingly.
The metric can be used for solids, liquids, vapors and gases, making it versatile and informative in the process controls instrumentation setting. Although both absolute and atmospheric pressure are common metrics, DP is typically the preferred measure in an industrial setting.
Industrial Pressure Measurement & Management
Identifying and tracking continuous DP levels helps facilities managers monitor critical metrics and make adjustments that maximize efficiency and minimize risk.
The Double D instrumentation design team identifies specific applications to meet the client’s goals for process control, incorporating elements including sensors that are most responsive and appropriate for the elements to be measured.
Continuous monitoring feedback advises the most efficient strategies for facilities managers, allowing them to more easily achieve critical objectives. Our team has countless options for both measuring and reporting, each one adaptable for the end-user’s needs.
For more than 20 years, Double D Electrical & Instrumentation has been providing comprehensive solutions for our clients’ industrial electrical and process control needs. Our state-of-the-art technology and extensive experience allows us to craft client-specific solutions that enhance performance, efficiency, safety and value.
Contact us today to learn more about our instrumentation solutions, including pressure measurement.