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Power

We'll help you meet the demand for low energy prices, uninterrupted service and green energy production. As experts in pressure measurement, we've developed the reliable instruments necessary to keep you in compliance and help sustain a power plant that's clean burning, efficient and always up-and-running.

Our advanced pressure gauges and switches can monitor and control pressure under extreme conditions. To prevent corrosion, compatible wetted materials can be selected to mitigate failures caused by corrosive pressure media. In hazardous environments, safety is assured with our agency approved, explosion proof pressure switches.

Behind our top quality instrumentation is a team of experts ready to review your requirements and help you select the ideal device. We're just a phone call away at 800-328-8258.

Featured Products

T5500 Pressure Gauge

T5500 Pressure Gauge

The Ashcroft® T5500 stainless steel pressure gauge has become an industry standard.

1279 Duragauge® Process Pressure Gauge

1279 Duragauge® Process Pressure Gauge

The Ashcroft® 1279 Duragauge® process pressure gauge provides dependability, safety and performance.

A2X Explosion/Flame Proof Pressure Transmitter

A2X Explosion/Flame Proof Pressure Transmitter

The Ashcroft® A2X pressure transmitter fulfills a wide spectrum of pressure sensing requirements when explosion and flame-proof hazardous location ratings are needed.

C-600A-04 Duratemp® Thermometer

C-600A-04 Duratemp® Thermometer

The Ashcroft® C-600A-04 Duratemp® thermometer is a remote mounted instrument providing performance while being highly resistant to shock and vibration.

1009 Duralife® 2.5/3.5 Inch Pressure Gauge

1009 Duralife® 2.5/3.5 Inch Pressure Gauge

The Ashcroft® 1009AW/SW pressure gauge offers exceptional quality, durability, and performance

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