Analog Pressure Gauges
Ashcroft Pressure Gauges, Digital, Test & Differential Variations
COVID Update: Instrumart is open for business and serving our customers to the best of our abilities during this global health crisis. Pressure is the second most common process measurement, after temperature, in industrial and commercial applications. Even around the house, when inflating a tire or checking the status of a boiler system, accurately and immediately knowing the pressure is of importance. Pressure gauges are the simplest, most direct way of measuring and displaying pressure.
Analog pressure gauges
Analog pressure gauges have a long history of providing quick, reliable pressure readings, but the popularity of digital gauges is on the rise. Put simply, a pressure gauge is a tool that provides the easiest, most direct way of measuring and displaying gas and liquid pressure. Analog pressure gauges were first developed over years ago when steam processes became common in factories during the Industrial Revolution. As the world began to shift into the digital age, it was only a matter of time before the first digital pressure gauge was developed. Since the s, as new manufacturing techniques and technologies have been introduced, and more sophisticated materials of construction have become available, considerable improvements have been made to both.
Manometer for the pressure measurement of neutral and aggressive gases and not crystallizing liquids with small viscosity, that will not attack copper alloy manometer interior parts. A circular bourdon tube in alloyed This Bourdon tube pressure gauge is shock and vibration resistant, has an especially durable design, and is available with scale ranges of 0 to 1, bar. This pressure gauge The Bourdon tube pressure gauge Models