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Hydraulic Pressure Switch Manufacturers and Companies

IQS Directory provides a detailed list of hydraulic pressure switch manufacturers and suppliers. Find hydraulic pressure switch companies that can design, engineer, and manufacture hydraulic pressure switches to your specifications. Peruse our website to review and discover top hydraulic pressure switch manufacturers with roll over ads and complete product descriptions. Connect with the hydraulic pressure switch companies through our hassle-free and efficient request for quote form. You are provided company profiles, website links, locations, phone numbers, product videos, and product information. Read reviews and stay informed with product new articles. Whether you are looking for manufacturers of adjustable hydraulic pressure switches, hydraulic pressure switch function, and hydraulic pressure sensors of every type, IQS is the premier source for you.

  • Mentor, OH 440-205-7600

    Tecmark is a designer and manufacturer of remotely actuated controls used by OEMs worldwide. We offer an extensive line of high pressure switches, and our customer service representatives will help you find the perfect model for your application. Whether you are looking for an in-house solution, or an industry need, we continue to develop technological advancements.

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  • Bristol, CT 800-233-4401

    We are a leading manufacturer of pressure switches and a multitude of other products. For over 40 years, OEMs across many industries have relied on us to provide high quality products and exceptional customer service. Our team of engineers will analyze every aspect of your application to ensure that your performance specifications are met. The success of your application is the success of our business.

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  • Sturtevant, WI 262-886-2695

    As a family-run company with a long history, SIKA Dr. Siebert & Ku¨hn GmbH & Co. KG stands for reliable and precise measurement, control and calibration technology for flow, level, temperature, pressure and force. We focus on providing individual consultation and customized solutions. With more than a century of experience, our technical expertise is the cornerstone of our company’s success. When you choose SIKA, you will receive efficient, durable products and customer service tailored to your needs.

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  • Chatsworth, CA 818-341-4610

    For over 60 years, Custom Control Sensors has been a global leader specializing in standard and custom pressure switch products including temperature switches, vacuum switches, oil and air pressure switches and differential switches. Custom Control provides quality switches for a number of industries, including aerospace, defense, energy, and industrial markets. For more information, contact Custom Control Sensors today!

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  • Riverdale, NJ 973-616-6900

    Sigma-Netics pressure and vacuum switches offer extensive cycle life under the harshest operating conditions. For more than 50 years, our ruggedized pressure switches focus on protecting equipment, processes and personnel. Our switches have served in demanding mining, oil-and-gas, aerospace, military and industrial applications.

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  • Chardon, OH 800-323-9717

    We design and manufacture industrial controls. Solon Manufacturing's pressure switch selection includes differential pressure switches plus bellows actuated, diaphragm actuated, piston actuated, explosion proof, gauge indicating, hydraulic and temperature compensated vacuum pressure switches.

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Hydraulic Pressure Switches

Hydraulic pressure switches are used to regulate or measure the flow of hydraulic fluids. Typically, hydraulic pressure switches are designed for handling of the majority of hydraulic fluids, although there are some that are specifically designed to handle a certain type. Although hydraulic pressure switches may be used in many diverse applications, the most common usage is in the automotive industry.

Within the automotive industry, hydraulic pressure switches are often used for applications such as a means of alerting the driver if the fluid levels are low, to activate a warning light if the engine oil pressure drops below a safe pressure and to automatically switch on the brake lights if there is a pressure rise in the hydraulic brake pipes. However, there are several other industries that utilize hydraulic pressure switches including: aerospace, for rocket propulsion and monitoring hydraulic fluids within airplanes; industrial, for boilers and chemical processing applications; wastewater, to prevent overflow through careful monitoring of pressures; and marine, for regulation of transmission fluid flow. Hydraulic pressure switches typically operate within the range of 300 – 2600 pounds per square inch (PSI); however, higher pressure levels, up to 4000 or even 12000 PSI can be achieved. In addition, hydraulic pressure switches normally operate within a temperature range of -20 and 160º Fahrenheit (F).


Hydraulic pressures are actuated by either a drop or a rise in pressure, depending on the requirements of the application. The two main methods of actuation for hydraulic pressure switches are contact and non-contact. Actuation by contact involves physical placement of the pressure switch within the system being regulated, while non-contact actuation does not require physical placement, but utilizes more advanced technologies to allow for regulation while remaining outside of the system. It is much more common for a hydraulic pressure switch to be actuated through contact versus non-contact. Hydraulic pressure switches are comprised of two main parts: a transducer and a switch. The transducer functions to measure the pressure of the system as well as to sense pressure fluctuation. When the transducer senses a change, it will send a signal to the switch. The switch will then convert that signal into electrical energy, and use that energy to turn on or off, thus signaling through means of a warning light or sound that there is a problem with the pressure. Hydraulic pressure switches can be differential or vacuum switches: differential switches are used to measure or regulate between two points of differing pressure and are actuated based on the set points, while vacuum switches help regulate the pressure between two closed cavities through conversion of a negative pressure signal to an electrical output.

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