Analog pressure gauge PT-1088
brassBourdon tubewith temperature indicator

analog pressure gauge
analog pressure gauge
analog pressure gauge
analog pressure gauge
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Bourdon tube
Other characteristics
with temperature indicator
process, for water

75 psi


The Model 1088 boiler gauge are specially constructed with a brass connections and movements to withstand conditions inherent in residential hot water heating systems. Their low cost and reliable performance also make them a viable choice for a wide range of other applications. With the dual pressure and temperature dials, the 1088 can replace a pressure gauge and a temperature indicator. And the Model 1088’s modest 2½” gauge size is ideal for installations where mounting space is limited. U.S. Gauge Sériés PT-1088 boiler gauges are designed for low cost, reliable pressure and température mea-surement in a wide range of applications. These utility gauges are specially constructed to withstand conditions normally encountered in domestic hot water heat-ing Systems. The 2-1/2" gauge size is idéal for installations where mounting space is limited. Ranges are 0-75 through 0-200 psi pressure, with température ranges from 60°F to 320°F; température accuracy is rated to ±3% of span. Sériés PT-1088 gauges are constructed with a brass socket connection and movement. SIZES: 2-1/2* RANGES: 1/4-18 CBM - 75 psi (500 kPa) and 60°F to 320°F (20°C to 160°C) TEMPERATURE RANGE: 60°F to 320°F (20°C to 160°C) ACCURACY: Pressure - ±3-2-3% of span (Grade B) Température - ±3% of span TEMPERATURE ELEMENT: Helical bimetallic element enclosed in a brass bulb WINDOW AND RING: Polycarbonate window with chrome plated Steel ring DIAL: Steel, white background with black markings CASE: Black paint CONNECTIONS: 1/4-18 NPTCBM SOCKET: Brass
*Prices are pre-tax. They exclude delivery charges and customs duties and do not include additional charges for installation or activation options. Prices are indicative only and may vary by country, with changes to the cost of raw materials and exchange rates.