Danfoss KPI36 Pressure Switch

Product Id : 280874

5,396.00

Danfoss KPI36 pressure switch is a hydraulic pressure switch used for pressure control of liquids and gases in various industrial applications. It features a robust and compact design, adjustable differential pressure settings, and reliable switching performance. The switch is equipped with a single-pole, double-throw (SPDT) switch and has a pressure range of 4 to 12 bar
Applications: machinery, pumps, compressors, steam boilers, and other heating applications.

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Product Description

Danfoss KPI36 Pressure Switch is a device used in industrial applications to monitor and control the pressure of a fluid. It is designed to activate an alarm or shut off a system when the pressure exceeds a predetermined threshold.
Features of Danfoss Pressure Switch:

  • It has a Wide setting range
  • Shock and impact resistant
  • Can be used for both liquids and gases
  • Small dimensions – space-saving and easy to install in panels

Additional Information

Weight 1 kg
Manufacturer Danfoss
Model No KPI 36
Measuring Parameters Pressure
Pressure Range 4 to 12 Bar
Ambient Temperature -40 to 65°C
Differential Pressure Range 0.5 bar to 1.6 bar
Working Pressure 18 bar
Enclosure IP30
Mounting Top Mounting
Weight 350 Grams

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