Dwyer Instruments, Inc. is announcing the release of its Series FDT Flush Diaphragm Transmitter, which is designed for highly cyclical conditions. Flush sensor feature prevents any potential inaccuracies due to build-up or blockage, which is a typical problem found in most non-flush transmitter sensors. Units have a non-oil filled sensor element that provides resistance to temperature fluctuations. Manufactured from a solid piece of steel, the sensing diaphragm can withstand the most abrasive/cyclical applications. Series FDT transmitters perform well in high cyclical environments with the presence of water-hammering or spiking.