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Manometer And Panel Mounted Pressure Gauge For Measuring Pressure In Different Applications

Measurement of pressure would be an important task when it comes to various applications that require exact pressure reading of the air, water, oils and many other fluids.

Written by jyin struments on Nov 14, 2017 2:37 PM. Last edited by jyin struments on Nov 14, 2017 2:46 PM.
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Measurement of pressure would be an important task when it comes to various applications that require exact pressure reading of the air, water, oils and many other fluids. Manometer can be a well-known example of pressure measuring instrument. This consists of a ‘U’ shaped tube containing a working fluid that measure and displays differential pressure between two points in a fluid system or between one point and the atmosphere that is known as gauge pressure.

There are reputed Manometer Gauge Suppliers that offer wide range of manometers for different applications. The specialty of manometers is that they use liquid columns to measure and indicate pressure. Inclined tube water filled manometers would be used to measure pressure within ducting of HVAC systems.

Another important variety of pressure gauge would be Panel Mounted Pressure Gauge.These pressure gauges are used to measure pressure of air, water or oil and would be mounted on a panel through a flat round or square plastic case that would have the mounting arrangement through two automatic couplings on both the sides of the case; on which the square or circular shaped pressure gauge can be mounted.

Usually the adequate pressure range for accurate measurement would be displayed on the gauge in the units of KPa ie Kilo Pascal and also in terms of bar. Thus it would be easy for the operator or user to read the pressure as per required system of units preferred. The needle on the dial would display the exact pressure without any vibration or pulsation and thus it would be easy to get the accurate pressure reading through this gauge.


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