Do Not Let Freezing Temperatures Fry Your SensorIt only takes a small formation of ice deep inside the inlet cavity of a pressure transducer to destroy the sensing element.To prevent this, Ashcroft engineers have developed an isolation method that will prevent water from contacting the sensor, therefore eliminating the possibility of transducer failure due to ice damage.

To explain the solution, Ashcroft released an information page on “Freeze-Proof Modification for Ashcroft Pressure Transducers.” To download a PDF, visit

If you are using transducers to monitor the pressure of water or other liquids in freezing temperatures, learn more at