0 to 30 psi pressure gauge is designed for measuring water pressure, hydraulic pressure, oil pressure and air pressure. It is available with a dual-scale display, 0~2 bar measuring range, 40mm dial diameter, and stainless steel materials. Water/air pressure gauge with a 1/8" BSPT thread specification, suitable for mining, smelting, medical treatment, maintenance, etc.
Pressure gauge, φ40mm dial diameter, 1/8 installation diameter, BSPT thread, 0~30 psi & 0~2 bar measuring range.
- 0 to 30 psi pressure gauge can be used as a water pressure gauge, air pressure gauge, hydraulic pressure gauge and oil pressure gauge.
- Circular dial is enclosed in a stainless steel case for corrosion resistance. Diaphragm pressure gauge offers clear readings and is weather-resistant.
- Brass and stainless steel wetted parts for measuring non-corrosive liquid and gas pressure. Such as water, oil, fuel, coolant, air, co2, nitrogen, and argon pressure test.
- sisco pressure gauge with dual scale (0~30 psi/0~2 bar). Display accuracy of 2.5% over the entire range of the gauge.
- It also has a lower-mount male connection with a 1/8" BSPT thread.
Pressure gauge is the most commonly used measuring instrument for displaying and controlling pressure. sisco diaphragm pressure gauges are widely used in the chemical industry, petroleum, metallurgy, mining, and electric power production, especially in vehicle maintenance shops, heat pipe networks, water and gas supply systems, etc.
Q1: What is a pressure gauge?
A1: A pressure gauge refers to an instrument that uses elastic elements as sensitive elements to measure and indicate pressure higher than the environment. It is used in almost all industrial processes and scientific research fields, mainly in heat pipe networks, oil and gas transmission, water and gas supply systems, and vehicle maintenance. Maintenance shop, etc. Especially in the process of industrial process control and technical measurement, mechanical pressure gauges are becoming more and more popular due to the high mechanical strength and convenient production of the elastic sensitive components of mechanical pressure gauges.
Q2: How does a pressure gauge work?
A2: The pressure gauge transmits the pressure deformation to the pointer through the elastic deformation of the sensitive components (Bourdon tube, diaphragm box, bellows) in the watch, and then the conversion mechanism of the watch movement, causing the pointer to rotate to display the pressure. This is the working principle of a pressure gauge.
Q3: What is a pressure gauge used for?
A3: sisco pressure gauges are both air pressure gauges and water pressure gauges and are mainly used for pressure detection in metallurgy, electric power, petroleum, chemical industry, light industry, machinery, etc. The pressure gauge relies on measures such as internal filling of damping oil and matching buffer devices, and has good shock resistance. It is suitable for occasions where the pressure of the measured medium has strong pulse changes or pressure shocks, and often suddenly unloads in the production process, as well as environmental vibrations. The pressure gauge can measure the average value of the pulsating pressure of gas and liquid, so as to overcome the damage caused by the strong pulse of the medium and the vibration of the environment to ensure the accuracy of the reading.
Tips: What do bar and psi mean on a pressure gauge?
The bar of the pressure gauge is an imperial pressure unit, which is a unit of tire pressure, and psi is a pressure unit, which is commonly used in Europe, America and other countries. 0~300psi and 0~20bar pressure gauges are available on sisco.com.
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