Hydraulic pressure gauges
Robust hydraulic pressure gauges offer high safety.
Glycerin filled pressure gauge stainless steel Ø 63 mm, Back or lower connection. -1…0 bar bis 0…600 bar
Glycerin filled pressure gauge stainless steel Ø 63 mm, back or lower connection. -1…0 bar bis 0…1000 bar
Glycerin filled pressure gauge stainless steel for panel Ø 100 mm, back connection. -1…0 bar bis 0…1000 bar
Chemical Pressure Gauge ASME B40.1 and DIN EN 837-1 with damping system, nominal size 063mm
Chemical Pressure Gauge ASME B40.1 and DIN EN 837-1 with Damping System, nominal size 100mm
Glycerin filled pressure gauge. Housing stainless steel. Ø 63 mm, Lower connection with rubber diaphragm. -1…15 bar bis 0…25 bar
Pressure Gauge with contact devices. Ø 100 mm. Lower or back connection. -1…0 bar bis 0…600 bar. Inductive, low action, snap action or electronic contacts
Diaphragm spring pressure gauge stainless steel. Ø 100 mm, lower connection. 0…40 mbar bis 0…25 bar
Glycerin filled pressure gauge, housing stainless steel Ø 63 mm, Lower connection, wetted parts brass. -1…0 bar bis 0…600 bar
Glycerin filled pressure gauge, stainless steel housing. Ø 100 mm, Lower connection, wetted parts brass. -1…0 bar bis 0…1000 bar
Robust hydraulic pressure gauges offer high safety
In hydraulics, fluids are used to transmit power. This is usually hydraulic oil. Hydraulics also includes hydraulic systems such as heating systems, hydroelectric power plants and pipe systems for liquids. In contrast to pneumatics, the pressures in hydraulics are much higher. Pulsations and strong pressure surges are possible because liquids cannot be compressed like gases.
To measure the pressures in hydraulic systems or in water and heating pipes, mechanical pressure gauges with liquid filling or axle damping are used. The liquid filling or axle damping dampens suddenly occurring pressure peaks and protects the measuring mechanics from damage due to vibrations. With unfilled or undamped pressure gauges, the pointer flutters in the event of strong oscillations or vibrations in the system. This is different with pressure gauges with damping. In case of strong vibrations, the readability of the pointer is ensured thanks to the axle damping or glycerine filling of the housing.
Hydraulic pressure gauges are essential for the operation, maintenance and repair of hydraulic systems. Hydraulic systems are checked with the help of the measured values of hydraulic pressure gauges. They are enormously important for the safety and function of the system.
TRI-MATIC hydraulic pressure gauges are available in nominal sizes from 40mm to 100mm and with pressure ranges from -1 bar to 1000 bar. The stainless steel housings of the hydraulic pressure gauges are filled with glycerine as standard. However, they can also be supplied with liquid-free axle dampened or dry. Different connection sizes, connection positions such as rear or bottom and customised dials are available.
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