Low Pressure Switch
Control your force-driven operations with low-pressure switches from Coast Pneumatics.
Low-pressure switches monitor flow systems operating at decreased levels and engage when pressure reaches a designated threshold. Low-pressure switches sense pressure using diaphragms or bellows, which generate force to actuate one or more operations when the specified pressure is reached. Low-pressure switches handle pressure ranges from 0.2 to 100 PSI. Mounting options include panel, flush, pipe thread and manifold.
Low-pressure switches are used regularly in residential, commercial and industrial settings to indicate alarms or initiate controlled actions, including controlling the volume of water entering a washing machine or regulating pressure in an industrial boiler.
Due to the wide use of low-pressure switches among myriad industries, many different types are available. Those include differential, vacuum and gauge-to-vacuum low-pressure switches. Gauge pressure switches actuate when pressure reaches a specific point, while differential pressure switches actuate by comparing pressure between two predetermined levels. Vacuum pressure switches actuate by comparing vacuum and operating process pressures.
Coast Pneumatics’ veteran service team is available at all hours to help customers find the best low-pressure switch for their application. We are a leading supplier of low-pressure switches, and partnerships with the world’s top manufacturers enable our team to meet customers’ specifications at the best quality and prices.
- Monitor low-pressure flow systems and engage when pressure reaches a set point
- Closes or opens a mechanism when pressure is not in a desired range
- Differential, vacuum and gauge-to-vacuum pressure switches are available
- Handle pressure ranges from 0.2 to 100 PSI
- Mounting options include panel mount, flush mount, pipe thread and manifold mount