New SOR Submersible Pressure Monitor

Press Release
Sunday, July 01, 2012
Image credit SOR

Submersible pressure transmitter with IP68 rating provides continuous precision monitoring  to 100 ft depth

SOR® has achieved the stringent IP68 Rating, the top rating for protection against dust and moisture, in up to 100 feet of continuous submersion for its 805PT electronic pressure transmitter.

The submersible 805PT pressure transmitter will provide precision depth measurements in liquid applications such as well monitoring, ground water and surface water measurement as well as municipal and industrial applications where watertight protection is required.

“Our customers asked for a submersible pressure transmitter with the kind of durability that the 805PT pressure transmitter provides,” said Jeff Coltvet, Vice President of Sales for SOR. “SOR is proud to consistently meet customer requests with a reliable solution.”

SOR's headquarters are located in Lenexa, Kansas USA with satellite offices in the United Kingdom and China.



 

 

 

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