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Low Pressure Switch Manufacturers and Companies

IQS Directory implements a thorough list of low pressure switch manufacturers and suppliers. Utilize our listing to examine and sort top low pressure switch manufacturers with previews of ads and detailed descriptions of each product. Any low pressure switch company can design, engineer, and manufacture low pressure switches to meet your companies specific qualifications. An easy connection to reach low pressure switch companies through our fast request for quote form is provided on our website. The company information includes website links, company profile, locations, phone, product videos and product information. Customer reviews are available and product specific news articles. This source is right for you whether it's for a manufacturer of low tire pressure sensors, low pressure switch furnaces, and low pressure switch HVAC.

  • Mentor, OH

    Our low pressure switches can be utilized in a multitude of industries. You will be impressed with the capabilities of our systems and they are extremely accurate. All of our components are reinforced with high quality resources. We strive to be your worry-free supplier of low pressure switches. Our competent staff is ready to serve you! Call us today.

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  • Berea, OH

    Established in 1967, NOSHOK can make or provide many different kinds of gauges, valves and seals. We were one of the first to offer liquid filled gauges. Today, we have expanded our catalog to include pressure gauges, vacuum gauges, low pressure gauges and stainless steel gauges for a multitude of industrial applications. We are ISO 9001:2015 registered. For more information, contact NOSHOK today!

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  • Pittsburgh, PA

    Since 1980, KOBOLD has been a leading manufacturer of high-quality pressure switches, gauges and transmitters. KOBOLD brings to you 25 years of experience, excellent customer service and FREE technical support. Call today or visit our website for all of your instrumentation needs. Our highly trained engineers and sales team can find the optimal solution for even the most demanding applications.

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  • Abita Springs, LA

    If you have specific requests for your low pressure switches then just let our customer service team know and we will fulfill those requests. We have implemented the best quality assurance programs and you are guaranteed to receive innovated products. Our engineers have years of experience and we are confident we can find a product that is ideal for your situation. You can count on us for fantastic low pressure switches. Please give us a call today for more information!

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  • Batavia, IL

    The standard and custom pressure switches, controls and pressure-sensing electrical devices we manufacture are used in car wash, consumer, medical and industrial applications. The Recora Sensi-Switch® is a weather-resistant, light-touch shut-off device; Auto Alert® is for auto vehicle detection.

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  • New Orleans, LA

    At Ruelco, you can count on us to use our expertise to design, manufacture, install, and service top quality process control equipment. In business since 1980, we have a broad selection of products that include high flow, standard, electric, standard differential pressure switches, high or low pressure switches (hydraulic). For more information, contact Ruelco today!

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ARTICLES AND PRESS RELEASES

Multi-functional Pressure Switches

Many factories choose between a high pressure switch and a low pressure switch depending on the function of the machine. If a high pressure is necessary, the factory uses a high pressure switch. If the machine has low pressure, the factory implements theuse of a low pressure switch. However, the problem with individualized pressure switches is that the machine or tool cannot switch between low and high pressure applications. The switches would break and the equipment would be damaged. In order to switch between high and low pressure applications, it... Read More

Testing Your Air Pressure Switch Performance

Have you tested your air pressure switches and valves recently? While many valves are designed to open and close instantaneously, over time, the opening and closing process can become warped and take much longer than originally designed. This can cause serious problems with machinery, leading to leaks, machinery malfunctions, or even entire mechanical failure. By testing your air pressure switches and valves for their opening and closing speeds, you can help avoid many problems with the system in the future. Testing the switches and valves is easy. Simply manually open... Read More

Stop Before it Pops

Have you ever blown up a balloon until it popped? Whether you did it for fun or on accident nothing warned you that the balloon was at its limit. If this were to happen with industrial equipment such as an air compressor, it could be disastrous and dangerous. Therefore, air compressor switches are installed to prevent such a catastrophe. The air compressor switch can have more functionality than simply telling the air compressor to stop building pressure inside of the reservoir. I remember being younger and working in my dad's... Read More

Air Compressor Pressure Switch Varieties

Over the years, air compressors have become a household staple. It seems like every garage has one, and whether they're used for inflating tires or giving more oomph to power tools, these powerful machines serve a variety of uses almost everywhere. One thing that is helpful to consider is whether you need a single-stage or dual-stage compressor. Most industrial venues will use a single-stage compressor, while the two-stage is popular in the household setting. The dual-stage is more energy efficient, so it requires less power to get the job done.... Read More

Low Pressure Switches: Useful in Labs and Elsewhere

The name low pressure switches can be a little misleading. The implication of the name is that the devices are used to respond to and regulate systems in which a material is pressurized at low levels. This is true, but perhaps a more appropriate name would have been high-sensitivity pressure switches. That's really the distinguishing factor between the kind of pressure switches that can detect minute differences in pressure levels and pressure switches that are used to control highly pressurized materials. Think about some of the contexts in which low... Read More

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Low Pressure Switches

Low pressure switches, also referred to as light pressure switches, are used to sense changes in hydraulic or pneumatic input pressure, specifically if the pressure falls below or rises above the set pressure point, and to respond by making electrical contact, either through switching on or off. Used for negative, positive and differential pressure applications, low pressure switches can be designed to function for liquid and/or gaseous materials.

Low pressure switches are used in a wide range of industries including: the aviation industry, where they are essential for many hydraulic applications; chemical processing industries for sensitive material handling applications; laboratory or research industries for accurate testing; and wastewater systems for fast and efficient system control. Designed to actuate in response to minute, small and reduced pressure situations, low pressure switches react solely in direct correlation to the pressure of the system. Advantageous for systems such as pneumatic, plumbing, foam processing, sewer and steam, all of which can and often do operate at low pressures, low pressure switches can offer features such as explosion proof, adjustable and electronic in order to better fit the required application.


Low pressure switches are designed to regulate material flow within pressure systems. In order to be responsive to pressure changes, low pressure systems are constructed using materials such as diaphragms and sometimes piezoelectric crystals. Diaphragms respond to pressure fluctuation because when the flow exceeds the set point, the diaphragm will be pushed open and the medium will flow through. Piezoelectric crystals respond to pressure changes because when they are pressed or released, they produce a voltage that is used to actuate the switch. There are three main types of low pressure switches: negative, positive and differential. Negative low pressure switches function by converting the negative pressure signal to an electrical output; thus the switch is designed to respond only changes in the negative pressure chamber. Positive low pressure switches function in much the same way; essentially, they work by converting the positive pressure signal to an electrical output, thus only responding to changes in the positive pressure chamber. Differential low pressure switches, however, function in a significantly different manner. These switches work by measuring or regulating between two points of differing pressure and actuate based on a set point. Differential low pressure switches are extremely sensitive to any changes in pressure, no matter if the pressure is negative or positive.



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