FREE Delivery within Australia for orders over $40!

Pressure Switches

Air Compressor Pressure Switches, Pressure Switches For Water Pumps And More!

When a preset pressure point is arrived at, a pressure switch has the ability to open or close a switch contact. Whether used with mechanical or electrical switch contacts, with displays or without, Pressure Switches offer an effective tool in an array of various industrious and technical applications. The GTS range of Pressure switches, both electronic and mechanical, ensure that you are provided with the perfect instrumentation for whatever your job demands. Contact our sales team today at (08) 9250 4400.

Frequently Asked Questions About Pressure Switches

Q: What is a pressure switch used for?

They are used in a wide range of industrial and residential applications such as HVAC systems, well pumps, furnaces, etc. A pressure switch monitors the system's fluid pressure and either opens or closes an electrical connection based on a preset pressure level. Some common applications of pressure switches include compressor pressure switches, air pressure switches and water pressure switches.

Q: How do pressure switches work?

When the inlet pressure force is greater than the springs pre-tensioned force, it switches the electrical contact. A Normally Closed (NC) contact will open, and a Normally Open (NO) contact will close. Once the pressure reduces, the contacts will return to their normal state.

Q: How do I choose a pressure switch?

We have a list of general attributes we look out for when customers inquire about our pressure sensors:

Maximum pressure; adjustment range; the medium it is being used for; process connection thread & type; normally open, normally closed or SPDT; electrical connection; voltage & current handling requirements.

Q: What is the difference between a pressure switch and a pressure sensor/transmitter?

Pressure switches operate electrical switches at a preset pressure level, while pressure sensors read the system pressure and convert it into an electrical signal.

Close FAQs

Search