Pressure gauges

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Bourdon tube / stainless steel

Featuring the latest Bourdon...

Bourdon tube / with electrical output signal

The best solution in identifying pressure securely,...

Bourdon tube / with electric contact

Applications - Control and regulation...

Digital pressure gauge / portable

HHP360 is one of the most accurate handheld...

Liquid filled Bourdon tube

This pressure...

Trial pressure gauge / digital

The DPI 104 offers microprocessor-controlled...

Digital pressure indicator / portable

GE designed a precision...

Digital pressure indicator / portable

The Druck DPI 705 Series - Handheld Pressure...

Digital pressure gauge / intrinsically safe

The DPI 104-IS offers microprocessor-controlled...

Digital pressure gauge / portable

The Testo 511 is compact and highly flexible,...

Liquid column pressure gauge

This equipment is ideal to be used...

Liquid column pressure gauge

Uses: Calculating differences in depression, pressure,...

Liquid column pressure gauge

The AWS 10, VOLTS 1S or MERCURY is used...

Liquid column pressure gauge

Specially designed for painting booths,...

Capsule pressure gauge

This unit is developed...

Capsule pressure gauge

This unit is...

Capsule pressure gauge

These low pressure gauge series are gaseous...

Liquid filled Bourdon tube

The industrial and mechanical world sees an engineering marvel...

Process pressure gauge / Bourdon tube

This industrial heavy-duty pressure gauge is made with...

Bourdon tube / with safety case

The superior quality standard...

Process pressure gauge / Bourdon tube

The Model 1901 is especially designed to provide...

Process pressure gauge / Bourdon tube

The Models 1903 and 1933 4-1/2" are...

Low-pressure pressure gauge / membrane

The Low Pressure Gauges of the SOLFRUNT® 1929 series...

Bourdon tube / chemical-resistant

The SOLFRUNT 1980 4-1/2" series process gauges...

Digital pressure gauge

The SPG-DIGI is manufactured by Stauff, and is a...

Bypass pressure indicator / for oil

Specifications Height: 1,93-2,16...

Pressure indicator

Specifications Height: 1,1...

Visual...

Bourdon tube / for liquids / for gas

Bourdon tube pressure gauges DS 6” (150mm)...

Standard pressure gauge / Bourdon tube / analog

Bourdon tube pressure gauges anti-vibration...

Standard pressure gauge / Bourdon tube / dial indicating

Bourdon tube pressure gauges anti-vibration...

Digital pressure gauge

The Digital Manometer, manufactured...

Bourdon tube / with diaphragm seal

The Diaphragm Seal Bourdon...

Membrane pressure gauge / analog / ATEX / industrial

Suitable for severe environments and corrosive,...

Membrane pressure gauge / analog / stainless steel

Suitable for severe environments...

Differential pressure gauge / membrane / ABS housing

A standard pressure gauge, the DPG can measure over-pressure,...

Liquid column pressure gauge

MM Liquid column manometers are a dependable...

Liquid column pressure gauge

The MMK Vertical Tube...

How to choose this product

pressure-gauge

A pressure gauge is an instrument which measures the absolute, relative or differential pressure of liquids or gases.

Applications

These gauges are used in industrial processes involving fluids, either liquid or gas.

Technologies

Liquid column pressure gauges used in HVAC systems are precise but fragile.

Bourdon tube gauges have a fluid-filled tube closed at one end. As pressure changes on the fluid via the open end, the closed end moves in an arc. A connecting mechanism transfers this motion to the device's needle. They can measure pressure on non-viscous, non-crystallizing fluids up to four kilobars, but cannot measure rapid pressure changes.

Diaphragm models are for fluids up to 40 bars, and viscous or crystallizing fluids, so long as the reference face is open. Capsule pressure gauges are used to measure gases up to 600 millibars.

Absolute pressure manometers use a vacuum reference chamber to measure pressures to 100 bars, independent of atmospheric pressure. Differential pressure manometers feature two ports connected to sealed volumes separated by a capsule or bellows.

The gauge needle can be replaced by a transducer for remote measuring. Conversion can be potentiometric, capacitive, inductive, or use an extensometer or piezoelectric gauge. The two latter conversion techniques have good frequency response and require the use of low-noise connecting cables.

How to choose

Choice of a pressure gauge depends on its operating environment, including temperature, nature of the fluid, range and dynamics of the pressures to be measured and overpressure.

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