Absolute pressure gauge SOLFRUNT 1931
analogthreadedstainless steel

absolute pressure gauge
absolute pressure gauge
absolute pressure gauge
absolute pressure gauge
absolute pressure gauge
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Pressure type
stainless steel, brass, aluminum
liquid-filled Bourdon tube
Protection level
chemical-resistant, IP66, rugged
process, for vacuum

Min.: 0 psi

Max.: 6,000 psi


0.5 %

Dial diameter

4.5 in


The SOLFRUNT 1931 process gauge is available in 4 ½” or 6” gauge sizes, with an aluminum back-flanged case for applications needing stem or wall mounting. The aluminum case has excellent safety and chemical resistance for harsh environments. These models are available with 316L SST, including a seamless bourdon tube in pressure ranges from Vacuum to 6000 psi. The 4 ½” pressure gauge is a dry or liquid-filled gauge with glycerin, silicone, mineral oil or fluorolube. Request more information to see how we can help you with a pressure gauge solution that fits your exact needs. Ranges: Vacuum - 30 to 0 "Hg VAC (counterclockwise rotation) Compound - 30"Hg VAC to 100 psi Weather Protection: - NEMA 4X / IP66 MOVEMENT: Geared movement 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 markingsPOINTER: Anodized aluminum, micro-adjustable with black finish (optional lazy hand available, part number 156147, with dry gauges only)CASE AND RING:For Stem or Wall Mounting:Cast aluminum, back-flanged case with bayonet ring, black finish and stainless steel pressure-relieving back (liquid fill kit available) CONNECTION: Brass or 316L stainless steel, 1/2-14 ANPT standard (1/4-18 ANPT optional)WEATHER PROTECTION: NEMA 4X/IP66 for Model 1931 with liquid fill case
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