Allen-Bradley manufactures the 836-C63J electromechanical pressure control module as part of the Bulletin 836 Pressure Controls product line. It is designed and intended for general industrial use, and it is a Style C device with stainless steel external bellows. Other specifications of this module include a Type 4 and 13 metallic aluminum enclosure for protection in general industrial environments. It does not allow for factory modifications. The 836-C63J pressure controller and the whole Bulletin 836 Pressure Controls series are made for controlling and detecting pressure in industrial systems and applications. The Bulletin 836 Pressure Controls modules are applicable in the pneumatic pressure systems as well as hydraulic pressure systems. The 836-C63J pressure controller is designed to provide durable operation in pressure systems with water, oil, air, all non-corrosive vapors, gases, and liquids and with several vapors, gases, and liquids that are corrosive.
The Allen-Bradley Bulletin 836 Pressure Controls series 836-C63J pressure controller also has a straight in-line along and relatively friction-free construction which offers consistent and accurate operation for an extended period irrespective of the angle that the controller is mounted at. This pressure control device is engineered to make it easy to adjust the operating pressure (4 to 150 PSI) as well as the differential pressure (2.5 to 25 PSI). The Bulletin 836 Pressure Controls by Allen-Bradley like the 836-C63J controller are used to control the pneumatic systems and maintain the preset pressures between 2 different values. The Allen-Bradley 836-C63J electromechanical pressure controller is used to detect the overpressures of liquids or gases in a system, thus helping to protect applications and machines as well as personnel.
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Our highly skilled technicians can repair your 836-C63J. All of our repairs come with a 1 Year DO Supply Warranty. Please contact us for additional information about our repair process.