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Regarding Pressure Transmiiter and Gauge..

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mananshah93

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We have a clean lab (shown in picture)consists of 4 different rooms and each having "Series 2000 Magnehelic Differential Pressure Gauge" 0-6 mm of water range.
https://www.electro-tech-online.com/custompdfs/2009/10/2000_iom.pdf


As these 4 are differential pressure gauge, so we are having 5 pipes(4 + 1 common reference)of input going inside them.(picture 2)

Now, I want to install one pressure transmitter for one of the four rooms without disturbing the current system. So, my question is that can I put a "t" or "y" coupler at input side of one magnetic pressure gauge so that one input goes to magnetic gauge and one goes to pressure transmitter.

My configuration is shown in picture-3.
Anyone has idea about this???
 

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JimB

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There should be no problem provided that your extra pipework to the pressure transmitters does not have any leaks.

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