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Sales Flyer Are Your Pneumatic Controller Requirements “Out Of Control”? AMETEK’S MODEL 40 PNEUMATIC CONTROLLER CAN CONTROL YOUR DEMANDS AND YOUR PROCESS VARIABLES WITH THESE KEY FEATURES: 4 week typical production time! • Differential Pressure Controllers with external DP cell attached Transmitter option Auto/manual switch option Modular design and precalibrated elements for quick field changes 50+ years of industry acceptance and installed base Meets EPA Quad Zero requirement of < 6.0 SCFH bleed rate when used on natural gas supply Many other mounting and controller options Model 40 pneumatic controllers are able to automatically position a valve or other final control element to maintain process pressure at a desired set point. Controller features a broad selection of control modes (proportional, proportional plus reset (P+I) and proportional + reset + rate (PID) and differential gap. An optional auto/manual two position by-pass switch is also available. A large, easy-to-read black on white dial offers maximum resolution. The Model 40 complies with the EPA’s “Go Green" Initiative under the new Clean Air Act Standards and meets the QUAD “O” Standard’s requirement of an exhaust rate not to exceed 6.0 scfh. The versatile and environmentally friendly Model 40 is designed to sense pressure and transmit an air signal, which is precisely proportional to the measured variable. The output signal from the controller can be fed to a valve positioner or other remotely located final control device. Telephone: 215-354-1831/215-354-1832 or e-mail: usg.sales@ametek.com Fax: 215-354-1802 - 820 Pennsylvania Blvd. - Feasterville, PA 19053 U.S.A. © 2014, by AMETEK, Inc. All rights reserved. Printed in the U.S.A. Model 40 Sales Flyer Issue 1 Specifications are subject to change without notice. Visit our Web site for the most up-to-

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Sales Flyer Guide to Controller Selection Type Of Process Dynamics Control Required Capacity Lag Large Tank Found when there is an appreciable inventory or storage of the controlled medium Level control in process retention tanks; batch heating Found when it is necessary to force corrective action through a resistive element before it affects the process Instantaneous Response Found When the manipulated variable is the same as the controlled variable or if they are dynamically equal. Flow control, pressure control or liquids in pipelines or other vessels completely filled with the liquid...

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