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Lesman News Update for October 2014

New from WIKA

WIKA UPT-20 and UPT-21 Universal Process Transmitter with Digital Display

Prices start
at $795!

New HART® Pressure Transmitter with Display

WIKA's new process transmitters are great for applications that need more than a transducer but not the power of a full-featured process transmitter. They can be used with a standard 4-20 mA two-wire output or the optional HART® 7 communications. The programmable, rotatable LCD display can be read up to 16 feet away.

Key specs include:

  • Ranges: Vacuum/compound: -14.5 to 0 to -14.5 to 300 PSI; Gauge pressure: 0-10 PSI to 0-10000 PSI; Absolute pressure: 0-30 PSIA to 0-500 PSIA
  • Standard 4-20 mA two-wire output; HART® v7 communications optional
  • Accuracy to ±0.15% span, non-repeatability to ±0.1% span
  • 20:1 adjustable turndown ratio
  • 4-1/2-digit LCD display with radial bargraph, and symbols for operating state
  • 330° rotatable case with 90°-step display for easy reading in any position

Click here to learn more

Now Available through Lesman

Stafsjo knife gate valves  

Stafsjo Knife Gate Valves

To better serve your process valve needs, Lesman is now an authorized distributor for Stafsjo knife gate valves. Here's a sample of what we're now able to provide:

Stafsjo MV Knife Gate Positive Shutoff Valve

  • Available in 2" to 56" sizes
  • Positive shutoff for fluids and bulk solids
  • For clean fluids, slurries (including pulp stock), vertical gravity flow of dry solids, pneumatic positive or vacuum-conveyed solids like fly ash
  • 316 stainless steel or ductile iron body, 316L gate, EPDM seat standard. Optional materials available

Stafsjo XV Compact Bi-Directional Knife Gate Shutoff Valve

  • Available in 3" to 32" sizes
  • Positive shutoff for wastewater and light slurries
  • Fully lugged or semi-lugged valve body
  • Bi-directional pressure
  • 316 stainless steel body and gate, PTFE seats standard. Others available

Get full specifications plus installation and maintenance manuals on Stafsjo valves.

Click here to learn more

In Stock at Lesman

WIKA Solid front process gauges in stock

WIKA Gauges in Stock at Lesman

All orders for in-stock WIKA gauges ship the same day. Popular ranges of these models are in stock at Lesman:

  • 213.53 2.5" liquid-filled general service stainless steel case pressure gauge
    In-stock replacements for US Gauge 555, 556, 559 or Ashcroft 1008 series
  • 232.34 4.5" dial plastic case solid front process gauges
    In-stock replacements for US Gauge 1982 or Ashcroft 1279SS series
  • 232.54 4.5" dial stainless steel case process gauge
    In-stock replacements for US Gauge 540, 541, 656 or Ashcroft 1009 series

Need a liquid fill? A chemical seal? Our team can help.

See our full offering of WIKA dry and liquid-filled pressure gauges, and place your orders through our secure online store.

Click here to learn more

Combustion News

Recycle your old combustion products

Get Rid of Your Dead Flame Safety Equipment!

Take advantage of our no-cost service, and let Lesman dispose of your old flame safeguard products.

Here’s a short (non-exclusive) list of the types of devices that should be returned to Lesman for safe disposal:

  • Infrared flame detectors
  • Any brand's photocell flame detectors
  • Any brand ultraviolet flame detectors or flame scanners
  • Any model Honeywell, Fireye, PCI, or Kromschroder scanner or flame safeguard controller

Send your retired flame safety devices to
Lesman, 135 Bernice Dr, Bensenville IL 60106, Attention: Green Disposal.

Lesman Training News

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Honeywell Combustion Control

Honeywell Combustion Control

Maxon, a Honeywell Company


Free Webinar: Intro to Air-Fuel Ratio Control

Periodic checking and resetting of air-fuel ratios for burners is one of the easiest ways to get maximum efficiency out of fuel-fired process heating equipment like furnaces, ovens, heaters, and boilers. The efficiency of your process heating system can be reduced considerably if the combustion air supply is significantly higher or lower than the theoretically required air.

In our December webinar, Lesman's own A.J. Piskor will discuss control methods to help reduce energy costs and help you adhere to environmental regulations regarding stack emissions.

This 45-minute webinar will cover these topics and more:

  • A brief review of the chemistry of combustion
  • The importance of air-fuel ratio control
  • Methods for ratio control (mechanical linkage, ratio regulators, electronic linkage, and mass flow control) and the pros and cons of each
  • Sample air-fuel ratio control calculations
  • Your questions answered: Live Q&A

Tuesday, December 9, 9:00am Central (10:00am Eastern)

Please join us for the webinar. Or, if you're already booked then, register anyway and we'll let you know when the recording is posted to our website.

Click here to register
Limited to first 100 registrants.

See what other training is available. Visit the Lesman Training Center.

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Are you short on training budget and time? Need to get your newer staff up to speed on technology and instrumentation? Over the last several years, Lesman has been producing webinars on much-needed topics, to help our customers make the most out of their instrumentation. And all of our webinars are available online, free to watch anytime you need them.

View these popular topics and more:

Visit the Lesman Training Center for a complete list of available recordings.

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