GE Bently Nevada 31000 / 32000 Proximity Probe Housings
Designed for radially mounted transducers, whether vibration or Keyphasor measurements
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- Glass-reinforced polyphenylene Sulfide housing material
- AISI 304 stainless steel sleeve material
- Neoprene O-ring material
- Excellent corrosion resistance
- -60 to 221°F (-51 to 105°C) operating temp range
The GE Bently Nevada Proximity Probe Housings assemblies are recommended when mounting proximity probes through the machine case and are typically used for radially mounted transducers, whether vibration or Keyphasor measurements.
The use of a Proximity probe housing allows external access to the proximity probe and its extension cable, permitting gap adjustment or probe replacement without disassembly of the machine. The 31000/32000 Proximity Probe Housing Assembly is made of polyphenylene sulfide (PPS), an advanced, high-strength, thermoplastic with excellent corrosion resistance. Other elements of the housing assembly are made of corrosion-resistant stainless steel. The housing can be ordered with installed 3300 XL Proximity Probes and a variety of conduit fittings.
The 31000/32000 Proximity Probe Housing Assembly is fully compliant with the American Petroleum Institute's (API) 670 Standard for externally mounted proximity probe housings.