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Top Ten Reasons For Pepperl+Fuchs 7500 Purge

  1.   COST – amongst competitive offerings, and even compared to legacy P+F Z purge systems such as the 3000 series, the 7500 prices are unmatchable.
  2.   SMALL SIZE – the compact size of the 7500 controller enables it to be panel mounted with a very small footprint, and virtually zero profile, and no protrusion from the controller.
  3.   COMPACT SIZE VENT – the accompanying vent is much smaller and less obtrusive than the vents of the legacy mechanical purge systems – body can be internally mounted with just the flame arrestor being exposed outside the panel.
  4.   UNIVERSAL POWER – it can be powered with low voltage DC or up to 240 VAC – no second guessing if you ordered the right power supply option.
  5.   BUILT IN AUXILIARY CONTACTS – for alarming or automatic operation – no need to order options – it is already built in.
  6.   UNIVERSAL DISPLAY – highly visual and bright display can be programmed to view in portrait or landscape orientation.
  7.   MANUAL PURGE OPERATION – using the panel mount kit option, the 7500 directly mimics the functionality of the 1000 or 3000 series using the same type of manual purge manifold.
  8.    SIMPLE HANDS-OFF OPERATION – once the purge system is set up and programmed, it offers very simple visual display of the purge/pressure status – no need to push any buttons.
  9.   AUTOMATIC PURGE OPTION – the same 7500 controller, it can also be programmed for automatic purging just by combining it with the automatic purge manifold.
  10.   GLOBAL ACCEPTANCE – one controller accepted globally for North American and ROW (rest of world) applications.

Bebco EPS® 7500 Series Purge and Pressurization System

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