With a wide selection of ranges and options for various types of regulators, we likely have a Model 600 pressure gauge to fit your specific requirements.
±3-2-3% of span (ASME B40.1 Grade B). The Model 1521 is an all-stainless steel pressure gauge with internal wetted components and a case to withstand corrosive media and atmospheres.
±3-2-3% of span (ASME B40.1 Grade B). The Model 1522 is an all-stainless steel pressure gauge with internal wetted components and a case to withstand corrosive media and atmospheres.
±1% or ±2% of FS. Designed for use in many different applications, this heavy duty stainless steel gauge is built to withstand corrosive atmospheres like salt air and industrial gases.
±3-2-3% of span (Grade B). Model 1590 sprinkler gauges are designed for use with wet or dry sprinkler systems. These 3-1/2" gauges are approved by the Factory Mutual System and listed by Underwriters’ Laboratories.
The Model NL300L and NL310WJ low lead air volume control work safely in domestic, potable water supplies to regulate the amount of air present in the system. The Model NL300L adheres to the 2011 “Reduction of Lead in Drinking Water Act.”
±3-2-3% of Span (Grade B). Model 534 canners vacuum gauges are used for testing the vacuum in canned food and drink products. A rubber gasket prevents air from entering the container during a test.
±3-2-3% of span (Grade B) - applies to non-retard portion. Model 1785-HVAC/R manifold pressure gauges are designed for use with various types of refrigerants, and can be mounted on portable manifolds or installed in cooling systems.
The Model 1706 ammonia, steel case gauges are designed for installation in ammonia refrigeration systems, but can be used with other chemicals not injurious to wetted parts.
Pressure: ±3-2-3% of span (Grade B). Temperature: ±3% of span. The 1088 Series of boiler gauges are designed for low cost, reliable pressure and temperature measurement in applications like residential hot water heating systems.
±3-2-3% of span. The Model 733 and 734 are high quality diaphragm pressure gauges, designed and ideally suited for pressure measurement below 10 psi.
±2-1-2% of span (Grade A). Used for remote indication of process variables, Model 1370 pressure gauges are inexpensive and suitable for applications where 1% accuracy over the middle half of the scale is acceptable.
±1.5-1-1.5% of span (Grade A). Model 5105 mechanical contractors gauges are particularly suited for HVAC systems, though they are designed to be used in a variety of industrial applications.
+/- 3-2-3% (Grade B) or +/- 1.6% of span. The U.S. Gauge Tire Pressure Gauge will help prolong the life of your tires, while saving you money on fuel costs.
Our medical equipment pressure gauges are designed and manufactured for a variety of medical applications including angioplasty inflation devices, anesthesia equipment, medical regulators, respiratory equipment, and more.
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