NEMA Pressure Sensors and Switches

NEMA Pressure Sensors and Switches

The classic pumptrol brand pressure switch, vacuum switch, and float switches
Consistently recognized as the #1 switch on the market, the century-old Pumptrol brand water pressure switch has expanded to an entire line of industry-leading Pressure Sensors and Switches. The trusted and reliable line includes pressure, vacuum, and float switches which meet most domestic and international standards, including NEMA, UL, CSA and CE.

As an innovation leader with a long history of application success, our switches provide virtually unlimited flexibility and an unmatched level of reliability

Pressure Switches

A complete line of electromechanical switches to monitor and control pressure conditions for industrial and end-users applications.

  • 9012 G Industrial Pressure Switches Control Circuit Rated for pneumatic & hydraulic systems. A variety of products are available that include Open style, NEMA 1, 4, and 7 & 9 enclosures; single stage, dual stage, and differential switches.
  • 9013 F and G Power Pressure Switches rated for the direct control of motors in pump and compressor applications. Rugged, robust construction provides a long life and years of uninterrupted, worry-free service.

Vacuum Switches

A complete line of electromechanical vacuum switches for use in sensitive pressure control applications. Available in control circuit or power circuit rated models.

  • 9016 GAW vacuum switches for use in control circuit applications for both standard or reverse action applications.
  • 9016 GVG vacuum switches for direct control , designed primarily as companions to float switches commonly used on vacuum heating pumps.

Float Switches

A complete line of switches designed for open or closed tank applications they detect rising or falling liquid levels in various types of containers

  • 9036 Open Tank Float Switches
  • 9037 Closed Tank Float Switches
  • 9038 Mechanical Alternators

Need a switch that has stood the test of time as a leader in innovation and reliability?


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