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0..16 Bar Glycerin Pressure Gauge Horizontal Stainless steel/Brass 63 mm Class 1.6
The glycerine pressure gauge ML01663SHG with a horizontal connection is used to measure pressure in the range of 0 - 16 bar. The scale division is in bar, measurement accuracy class 1.6 (±1.6% maximum deviation). The gauge has a diameter of 63 mm and is made of stainless steel. The brass connection has G 1/4" threads.
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2 year warranty, Returns 14 days
The gauge ML01663SHG is designed to measure gas and liquid pressures within the range of 0 - 16 bar. The gauge has two measurement scales: in bar (black) with a scale division of and in psi (red). The measurement accuracy class is 1.6. The robust gauge body is made of stainless steel, while the connection material is brass (gases and liquids must be compatible with brass). The manometer has a horizontal connection design. The inside of the gauge is filled with glycerine which allows to use it under severe conditions accompanied by vibrations and pulsations. This pressure gauge is suitable for a wide range of applications, such as for hydraulics or compressors. As a rule of thumb, please select a pressure gauge that has a rating scale of at least 25% higher than the maximum operating pressure.
Pros and cons:
- Severe operating conditions connected with vibrations
- For gaseous and liquid media
- Two measurement scales, bar and psi
The ML Series glycerine pressure gauges are available with a vertical or horizontal threaded connection. The pressure element is a bourdon tube. The gauge diameter is 63 mm, accuracy class 1.6. The gauge glycerine filling allows to use it under severe conditions. The measurement range for the gauges of these series is from -1 to 1000bar with a scale division from 0.02 to 50 bar. The gauges are made of stainless steel, the windows material is made of polycarbonat, the connection is made of brass and the thread size is G 1/4". Please make sure that your media is compatible with brass. The gauges can operateat temperature between -20°C to + 60°C.