Relative pressure gauge M5000
analogthreadedstainless steel

relative pressure gauge
relative pressure gauge
relative pressure gauge
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Characteristics

Pressure type
relative
Display
analog
Mounting
threaded
Material
stainless steel
Technology
Bourdon tube
Protection level
ATEX
Applications
process, for gas, for liquids
Other characteristics
glycerin-filled, adjustable, with diaphragm seal
Pressure

Min.: -1 bar (-14.5 psi)

Max.: 1,600 bar (23,206.04 psi)

Process temperature

Min.: -40 °C (-40 °F)

Max.: 200 °C (392 °F)

Dial diameter

63 mm, 100 mm, 150 mm (2.5 in)

Description

Suitable for severe environments and corrosive, gaseous or liquid media which will not obstruct the pressure entry. Version: relative pressure Technology: 316L stainless steel manometric tube Safety glass Options: » 1 or 2 electrical switches » ATEX Version » Case filled with glycerine or silicon oil » 316 stainless steel case » Oxygen cleaning » Bottom or lower back connection with or without flange » Diaphragm seal or normalized flanged mounting Uses Suitable for severe environments and corrosive gaseous or liquid media which will not obstruct the pressure entry. Working pressure Continuous 100% FS Temporary 130% : FS<60bar Temporary 115% : FS^100bar Case 304 stainless steel, bezel ring Blow out hole Rear, Ø 25mm (only case 100 & 150) Protection class IP 65 (according to EN60529) Option: IP 67 (according to IEC605 49) Dial White aluminium Black letters and graduations Pointer Adjustable Black aluminium Window gasket Neoprene rubber Movement 304 stainless steel Pressure element Bourdon tube Material 316L stainless steel Process connection 316L stainless steel Connection Bottom or back Mounting Direct Panel – front flange Wall mounting – back flange

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