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Considerations when renting a pressure gauge
A pressure gauge can be used in a variety of different applications. The goal of these gauges is always the same. They are there to measure the amount of pressure in a device or pipe. The gauges allow you to monitor whether the pressure is too high, too low, or within an acceptable range. Many different types of pressure gauge are available, but they all tend to work in a very similar manner.
 
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Fluke 700P Pressure Module

Fluke 700 series gauge pressure modules are available in 6 pressure ranges from 0-30 psi to 0-1500 psi. These modules are capable of displaying readings in any of 10 different pressure units specified ...
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$240.00/month

Dwyer Magnehelic Series 2000 Differential Pressure Gauge

Features: Bezel provides flange for flush mounting in panel. Clear plastic face is highly resistant to breakage. Provides undistorted viewing of pointer and scale. Precision litho-printed scal ...
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$20.00/day
$60.00/week
$180.00/month

Features of pressure gauges

When you are choosing a pressure gauge, the first thing to consider is your application. Understanding the application, and what the gauge will come into contact with, will give you a better idea of the type of material to choose for the gauge. Brass is a good option for general applications, while stainless steel tends to be a good choice for applications that involve any corrosive materials. Consider the gauge size, as well as the connection options and fittings of the gauge.

Check to see what the overall range of the gauge is as well. Ideally, you want to choose a gauge that is able to measure twice the normal operating pressure. The max operating pressure should not be greater than 75% of what the gauge can measure. In addition to the pressure range, you should consider the temperature range. The normal range for dry gauges is from -40 degrees F to 150 degrees F. For filled gauges, it is -13 degrees F to 150 degrees F.
 

How pressure gauges work

The pressure gauge will let fluid or gas from the piece of equipment enter the gauge. The calibrated rod inside of the gauge will then move to signify the amount of pressure within the device. They work very simply and are used in many different applications today.

There are different designs available – traditional and filled gauges. The filled gauges are not as sensitive to vibration and condensation, both of which can reduce the lifespan of a traditional gauge. The housing of the filled gauge contains viscous oil, and it has fewer moving parts. These features help it to last longer than the traditional gauges.
 

Pressure Gauge Manufacturers

Some of the manufacturers making these types of gauges include Winters, Omega, Ashcroft, and Pressure Chemical Co.
 

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