Absolute pressure gauge SOLFRUNT® 1986

absolute pressure gauge
absolute pressure gauge
absolute pressure gauge
absolute pressure gauge
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Pressure type
liquid-filled Bourdon tube
Protection level
chemical-resistant, IP67
process, for vacuum

Max.: 10,000 psi

Min.: 0 psi


0.5 %

Dial diameter

4.5 in


This pressure gauge has a solid front black glass reinforced thermoplastic (PBTB) turret style case for chemical and petrochemical processing applications. For users needing a liquid filled pressure gauge the 1986 comes standard with an E-Z Fill field fillable case. No extra parts are needed to make this gauge a liquid filled pressure gauge. It is also available with an optional yellow or orange case. The 1986 gauge also provides NEMA 4x / IP67 weather protection for outdoor applications.The Model 1986 process gauges are supplied in 21 vacuum, compound, and pressure ranges from 30" Hg vacuum through 10 000 psi. Standard dials are single psi gauge pressure, but the gauge can also be ordered with dual scale psi/metric scales or custom dials. All Model 1986 pressure gauges are RoHS compliant with the EU directive 2011/65/EU. Wetted Parts: MONEL Ranges: Vacuum - 30 to 0 "Hg VAC (counterclockwise rotation) Compound - 30 "Hg VAC to 300 psi WINDOW: Polycarbonate; optional shatter-resistant safety glass MOVEMENT: Stainless Steel DIAL: Aluminum with baked white background and black markings (optional bright yellow dial or luminescent dial) POINTER: Aluminum, micro-adjustable with black finish CASE AND RING: For Stem or Wall Mounting: Thermoplastic PBTB solid front turret style safety case (black) with glass reinforced thermoplastic, threaded ring and pressure-relieving back (optional yellow and orange cases available


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