Vacuum Switch & Vacuum Pressure Sensor Supplier
Whitman Controls offers a diverse range of vacuum switches and transmitters. We pride ourselves with offering the highest quality units in the industry, fully customizable to meet your process control and design requirements. We offer vacuum pressure sensors that are designed to withstand even the harshest weather conditions and to operate reliably in severe vacuum conditions. When the conditions are harsh, Whitman’s vacuum switches thrive! We can build and ship a vacuum switch to your specifications in two weeks or less, or contact our engineering department for a fully customizable solution.
The P100V High Accuracy Low Vacuum Environment Vacuum switches are ideal in low vacuum applications where precision of setpoint must be high and repeatability low. These switches are com¬monly used in natural gas well heads, natural gas generator sets, and air applications like forced draft blowers. The P100V can be used both in dry indoor applications or within an enclosure.
The P117V Stainless Steel Miniature Vacuum switches are sharp, highly versatile devices that can be used in hundreds of OEM and routine mechanical applications. It is among our most popular switches given its durability and diverse set point options.
The W117V Ultra Pure Stainless Steel Vacuum Switches have all welded stainless steel interiors which are Helium leak checked to pass 4 x 10-9 Std CC/Sec. These switches are used in silicon wafer ovens, numerous medical devices, and other applications where even the slightest impurities are not tolerated.
The P119V Zinc Diecast Body Vacuum Switches are the inexpensive version of the P117V and recommended for indoor OEM use. It is commonly used in the medical field and as a safety switch in numerous applications. The compact nature of these switches make them ideal for tight spaces.
The J205V High Vacuum Low Set Point Vacuum Switches are among our most versatile offering, affording the end user an extensive operating environment and a wide range of set point optionality. These switches can be exposed to severe vacuum conditions without compromising integrity or switch functionality.