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Analog pressure gauge SOLFRUNT® 1933
Bourdon tubeprocessfor vacuum

analog pressure gauge
analog pressure gauge
analog pressure gauge
analog pressure gauge
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Characteristics

Display
analog
Technology
Bourdon tube
Applications
process, for vacuum
Other characteristics
stainless steel, corrosion-resistant, adjustable, aluminum, panel-mount
Pressure

Max.: 11,600 psi

Min.: 0 psi

Description

The SOLFRUNT 1933 process gauge has 316L SST wetted parts, and comes in a gauge size of 4 ½", used for applications needing panel mounting. The Model 1933 process gauges have a cast aluminum solid front flange case for maximum operator safety with a lower-back mount ¼” or ½” NPT process connection. Model 1933 pressure gauge is supplied in many different ranges including vacuum, compound, and pressure ranges from 30" Hg vacuum through 11 600 psi. Dials are available in psi gauge or metric versions. Gauge Size: 4 ½" Accuracy: ± (0.5 % FS) Size: 4 ½" (114mm) Wetted Parts: 316 Stainless Steel Ranges: Vacuum - 30 to 0 "Hg VAC (counterclockwise rotation) Compound - 30"Hg VAC to 100 psi Pressure - 0 to 11 600 psi WINDOW: High temperature acrylic, laminated shatter-resistant glass options available MOVEMENT: Geared ARC-LOC with components of corrosion-resistant 300 series stainless steel. Movement can be removed for examination and cleaning without disturbing span and scale shape adjustments DIAL: Aluminum with baked white background and black markings POINTER: Anodized aluminum, micro-adjustable with black finish (optional lazy hand available, part number 074963, with dry gauges only) CASE AND RING:For Panel Mounting:Cast aluminum, front-flanged case with steel hinged ring, black finish and pressure-relieving back

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