Bourdon, Eugene

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Bourdon,

Eugène, French engineer and inventor, 1808-1884.
Bourdon tube - a curved tube used as a transducer to move the pointer of an aneroid manometer.
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Bourdon tubes are most often manufactured from phosphor bronze, 316 stainless steel, monel and inconel.
Joshua Biggar, Metrologist at Fluke Calibration, will explain the unique facets of Quartz Bourdon Tube technology, basis of operation and available uncertainty classes.
The CF series gauge also features a stainless steel case and bezel with brass internals and bourdon tube. The gauges are glycerin filled and have an operating temperature range from 40 to 180[degrees]F.
Limited Tenders are invited for 2 types of bourdon tube pressure gauge for hydraulic oil system
Nonfluid-filled pressure transmitters deflect a bourdon tube or a bellows as pressure changes.
Bourdon tube gauges suitable for use on sludge lines are furnished by the Bristol Babcock Inc.
The gauge is also designed to replace Bourdon tube gauges and transducers.
Bourdon tube type gauges of various rangesEstimated Cost 0.004.
Transfer standards for rough- to medium-vacuum measurement are based on the mechanical displacement of a diaphragm (capacitance diaphragm gauge) or spiral tube (Bourdon tube).
Both the socket and bourdon tube are constructed of 316 stainless steel.
The sensors for pressure measurement were bourdon tube pressure gauges and the pressure transducers powered by a 24 Volt DC supply; sensors used for the measurement of temperature were type T (copper-constantan) thermocouples.
dial configurations are available on the Xmitr X1009 gauge, which Ashcroft said can replace Bourdon tube gauges and transducers in a wide variety of installations.