pressure elements

pressure elements

[′presh·ər ‚el·ə·məns]
(engineering)
Those portions of a pressure-measurement gage which are moved or temporarily deformed by the gas or liquid of the system to which the gage is connected; the amount of movement or deformation is proportional to the pressure and is indicated by the position of a pointer or movable needle.
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These Ultra Low Pressure elements display higher water permeability than the standard elements, while offering the same high level of rejection of critical substances.
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