Pneumatic transmitters are a dependable way to monitor and control valves, output signals and other processes. These transmitters measure liquids or air temperatures over a given range. This is usually a 200 degree temperature range.

When a pneumatic transmitter breaks down, you lose a valuable way to understand and regulate vital systems. Fortunately, in most cases we’re able to repair – instead of replace – damaged pneumatic transmitters.

At Haygor, we have over 50 years of experience in the remanufacturing of pneumatic transmitters. We handle most major brands including:

  • Foxboro
  • Rosemount
  • Honeywell
  • Yokogawa
  • Moors
  • ABB
  • Taylor
  • and more!

Why Repair Pneumatic Transmitters instead of Replacing?

After all, isn’t the newest technology usually the best? Well, not always. First, the cost of repairing a transmitter is usually substantially lower than the cost of replacing one. Also, you know for sure that the repaired part will fit right back into your system, which ultimately saves you a lot of time and potential maintenance. A new transmitter might require that several additional parts of the system be recalibrated and reconfigured.

Types of Pneumatic Transmitters

We repair all types of transmitters including Pressure, Temperature, and Electronic-to-Pneumatic (I -P) converters. An electro-pneumatic transmitter converts a current or voltage input into proportional output pressure. This type of transmitter is usually paired with valves, pneumatic relays and flow regulators.

Pneumatic transmitters encompass a variety of measurement types such as:

  • Flow
  • Temperature
  • Pressure
  • Liquid Level
  • and more

Common Problems with Pneumatic Transmitters

While each repair is carefully examined by our trained technicians, it can be helpful for to you to know some of the common problems associated with pneumatic transmitters. Some of these issues include:

  • Non-level transmission between vessel and transmitter via torque tube.
  • Service temperatures outside the standard –196 °C to +500 °C and pressures beyond a PN 250.
  • Corrosion to the outer materials. 

Haygor: For All of Your Pneumatic Transmitter Needs

We’ve been providing service to the petrochemical industry of Houston for over 30 years. When it comes to pneumatic transmitters, we really have seen it all. Whether your transmitter needs a simple repair or a complete overhaul, we can help.

All of our remanufactured products are ready to work right out of the box. Each unit undergoes an exclusive powder coating process which creates a durable (and attractive) finish. We utilize the latest in high-tech shipping methods to ensure your product arrives stable and fully operational. Plus, most work is completed within two weeks.

If you need help with a malfunctioning pneumatic transmitter, contact us today.