AMETEK’s line of high quality process gauges are specifically designed to meet the demanding needs of the chemical and petroleum processing industries, and are also widely used in industries such as fossil fuel and nuclear power generation, aerospace and marine. The gauge’s design and materials of construction provide reliable service in applications where corrosive atmospheres, corrosive media, pressure pulsation, vibration, and wide variations in ambient temperatures are present.
SOLFRUNT gauge cases feature an integral wall between the measuring element and the window, and a pressure relieving back for increased safety*. They are available in various styles, case materials, and mounting arrangements, and wetted parts are available in bronze, stainless steel, and MONEL®.
Recalibration adjustments can be made from the rear of the case without removing the internals. On the 1900 Series the pointer is adjusted by removing the ring and front window. Most SOLFRUNT gauges are factory stock and are readily available through your U.S. Gauge Distributor.
* All SOLFRUNT gauges are made with seamless bourdon tubes as standard product. The seamless tube increases user safety by reducing tube stress on the inside axis of the tube.
- DIAL SIZE
CASE AND RING
For Stem or Wall Mounting
- PET Turret Case
- Cast Aluminum Back Flanged Case
For Panel Mounting
- Cast Aluminum Front Flanged Case
High temperature acrylic, other options available
Anodized aluminum, micro-adjustable with black finish
Aluminum with baked white background and black markings
Geared movement with components of corrosion-resistant 300 series stainless steel.
- BOURDON TUBE
316L stainless steel / TIG welded / Phosphor Bronze - Silver Brazed; Phosphor Bronze; or Monel®
316L stainless steel, 1/2-14 ANPT standard
(1/4-18 ANPT, optional); Brass; or Monel®
±0.5% of span (Grade 2A), except where stainless steel bourdon tubes are used in following ranges:
Type 316L from 10,000 to 11,600 psi; accuracy is ±0.5% on ascending pressure and ±1.0% on descending pressure
- LIQUID FILLING
The Models 1980, 1981, 1986, 1901, 1931 are also available in liquid filled or field fillable configurations.