Analog pressure gauge C-1706
stainless steelbrassBourdon tube

analog pressure gauge
analog pressure gauge
analog pressure gauge
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Characteristics

Display
analog
Material
stainless steel, brass
Technology
Bourdon tube
Protection level
corrosion-resistant
Other characteristics
adjustable
Applications
process, for ammonia refrigerant
Pressure

Min.: 0 psi

Max.: 300 psi

Description

Designed for installation in ammonia refrigeration systems, the Model 1706 ammonia, steel case pressure gauges are available in 2-1/2" and 3-1/2" gauge sizes. These 1706 compound gauges can also be used in environments with other chemicals not injurious to wetted parts. A silicone-dampened movement greatly extends the life of the pressure gauge, and is particularly effective in punishing applications like ammonia compressors. 2-1/2" and 3-1/2" Steel case gauges are usually installed in ammonia réfrigération Systems. These C-1706 com-pound gauges can also be used to handle other Chemicals not injurious to wetted parts. The silicone damp-ened movement greatly extends gauge life, particularly on tough services like ammonia compressors. Température équivalent scale in red provides easy analysis of réfrigération Systems. SIZES: 2-1/2*, 3-1/2* RANGES: 30* Hg VAC, 0-150 psi; 30* Hg VAC, 0-300 psi ACCURACY: ±3-2-3% of span (Grade B) BOURDON TUBE: 316 stainless Steel, soft soldered WINDOW: Threaded, polycarbonate standard (photograph shown with optional Steel ring) MOVEMENT: Silicone treated brass movement DIAL: Steel, white background with black markings; réfrigérant température scale in red POINTER: Aluminum, adjustable, black finish CASE: Drawn Steel, black corrosion-résistant paint CONNECTION: 1/4-18 N PT, LM, nickel plated Steel

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