63mm Glycerine Filled Pressure Gauge 0 to 4 bar & psi - Bottom Entry
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63mm Glycerine Filled Pressure Gauge 0 to 4 bar & psi - Bottom Entry

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63mm Glycerine Filled Pressure Gauge 0 to 4 bar & psi

Applications
· Suitable for gaseous and liquid media that will not obstruct the pressure system or attack copper alloy parts
· Suitable for high pressure pulsations and vibrating environments
· General industrial use
· Water and waste water treatment
· Hydraulics and compressors

Standard Product Specifications
Design: BS EN 837
Accuracy Class: 1.6 (* 2.5 for 0 to 1 bar/psi)
Case: 63mm, Stainless Steel
Connection: 1/4” BSP Brass bottom and back entry
Window: Clear plastic
Pointers: Black Aluminium
Filling: Glycerine
Working Pressure: Steady: 75% full scale range
Fluctuating: 60% full scale range
Short Time: full scale range
Operating Temperature: Ambient: -20 to +60°C
Medium: -20 to +60°C
Storage Temperature: -40 to +60°C
Temperature Effect: When temperature of the pressure element deviates from reference temperature of 20°C the maximum additional error is +/- 0.4% per 10°C of the span rising and falling

63mm Glycerine Filled Pressure Gauge 0 to 4 bar & psi

Applications
· Suitable for gaseous and liquid media that will not obstruct the pressure system or attack copper alloy parts
· Suitable for high pressure pulsations and vibrating environments
· General industrial use
· Water and waste water treatment
· Hydraulics and compressors

Standard Product Specifications
Design: BS EN 837
Accuracy Class: 1.6 (* 2.5 for 0 to 1 bar/psi)
Case: 63mm, Stainless Steel
Connection: 1/4” BSP Brass bottom and back entry
Window: Clear plastic
Pointers: Black Aluminium
Filling: Glycerine
Working Pressure: Steady: 75% full scale range
Fluctuating: 60% full scale range
Short Time: full scale range
Operating Temperature: Ambient: -20 to +60°C
Medium: -20 to +60°C
Storage Temperature: -40 to +60°C
Temperature Effect: When temperature of the pressure element deviates from reference temperature of 20°C the maximum additional error is +/- 0.4% per 10°C of the span rising and falling

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