Viatran is a designer and manufacturer of pressure transmitters for a number of different industries. For the water and wastewater industry, we have developed a complete line of pressure and level measurement sensors. Viatran offers pressure, level and flow (via differential pressure) instrumentation that features corrosion resistant, titanium or stainless steel construction. Our product line features gage, absolute, vacuum and differential formats for pressure ranges from 0.5"WC to 100,000 PSI with output types of mV, V, mA, and HART. The submersible unit comes with a Neoprene or HDPE cable. Our products can measure pressure and level reliably with improved accuracy down to 0.05%FS


3829 Forest Parkway Suite 500
Wheatfield, NY 14120
United States
Toll-free: 800.688.0030
Phone: 716.629.3800
Fax: 716.693.9162

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Level, Instruments; Probes, Sensors & Transducers; Sensors, Liquid Level; Sensors, Pressure

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