RS Components boosts WIKA portfolio to over 500 pressure and temperature measurement solutions

Versatile range of gauges, sensors, and transmitters serves broad spectrum of industries from HVAC and medical to mining, chemicals and shipbuilding

RS Components (RS), the trading brand of Electrocomponents plc, the global distributor for engineers, has dramatically extended its portfolio of high-quality pressure and temperature monitoring solutions by WIKA, a world leader in measuring instruments, to deliver the advantages of easy online ordering and overnight shipping to an even wider range of customers.

The enlarged portfolio covers a broad selection of analogue and digital gauges in various sizes and types, covering a wide variety of industrial pressure measurement ranges. With over 500 products now on offer including basic and differential pressure gauges, as well as pressure transmitters, submersible pressure transmitters, pressure sensors and level sensors, customers can find the right solution for their application.

By extending its selection of WIKA products, RS is strengthening its position in industries such as mining, shipbuilding, chemical processing and medical technology, as well as offering greater choice for customers building HVAC systems and general-purpose pneumatic and hydraulic applications including pumps and compressors. Engineers can choose from high-quality electronic, mechatronic, mechanical and electrical gauges. Various analogue gauge diameters are offered in rear- or bottom-entry configurations and with industry-standard connection sizes. The hydraulic pressure sensors have 4-20mA outputs that enable straightforward system integration.

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