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Pressure Switches at DMComponents

DMComponents are proud to offer a range of ISSPRO products. ISSPRO are committed to delivering superior products that conform to the technical and operational expectation of all their customers and fulfil these requirements with excellent product performance.

One of the ISSPRO ranges we stock are their pressure switches. Pressure switches are normally open (N/O) or normally closed (N/C) and are designed to make contact on rising pressure or falling pressure depending on what they are measuring. They are a very important part of the engine and can provide you with an early indication of any issues with your engine.

An oil pressure switch works by producing a warning light when your engine oil pressure is too low. If you run out of engine oil your engine will fail and it can also damage and ruin your engine. Pressure switches therefore can help inform you if changes need to be made to your oil levels before an incident occurs. Temperature switches work by giving you an indication that the engine temperature is too high. It is vital to know if your engine temperature is too high to avoid overheating it. All vehicles should have a pressure or temperature switch in one form or another.

Technisol offer a range of ISSPRO pressure switches because they are extremely rugged and reliable and can be used with indicator light, relays and hour-meters. The ISSPRO switches we offer on our website have a six amp capacity except the R364K and the R364L models which have three amp capacity. The ISSPRO pressure switches are either normally open (N/O) or normally closed (N/C), except the R4012 which is normally closed or open. They also have a ⅛” nptf thread.

If you would like to know more about ISSPRO click here, or if you would like to see what other ISSPRO items we stock click here.

Technisol offer a wide selection of products and are always happy to provide excellent advice and support if needed. To get in touch please contact us by calling 01954 212704 or email us at

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