To complement our range of instrumentation we also carry variety of accessories. Selection can be made from a range of connections and material options, optimising installation and access opportunities. Many of the accessories shown are available from stock or within a short time period. If you have individual requirements please contact our specialist team to discuss.

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Adaptors

These adaptors and extension pieces are for use with indicator valves and indicators and assist the taking of peak pressure readings on engines where access is difficult.

Diaphragm Seals

Extensively used to prevent aggressive, contaminated or crystallising media from entering pressure measuring instruments.

Electric Contacts

Single or double, standard or magnetically assisted electrical contacts can be incorporated into many of the pressure and temperature instruments in our range, and give the advantage of indication as well as control or alarm.

Fuel Valves

Specially designed for heavy oil operation, with built-in vibration protection. Safe design without fire risk

Indicator Valves

Unique spring loaded stem ensures valve operation under severe vibration and high temperature conditions.

Isolation Valves

Is a valve used in a fluid handling system that stops the flow of process media to a given location, usually for maintenance or safety purposes. They can also be used to provide flow logic (selecting one flow path versus another), and to connect external equipment to a system.

Pressure Gauge Cocks

Gauge Cocks provide an economical way to shut off the flow of air to the pressure instrument, allowing the instrument to be isolated from the pressure media or removed from service.

Pressure Gauge Valves

Used to shut-off and throttle valves for pressure measuring instruments. Available in stainless steel for aggressive media.

Syphons

Are used to protect the pressure gauges from the effect of hot pressure media such as steam and also to reduce the effects of rapid pressure surges. The syphon allows condensate to form and be collected inside the syphon, preventing the hot media from coming in direct contact with the pressure instrumentation.