Low pressure gauges (in millibar)

Do you need a low pressure gauge? EMVO Techniek has the pressure gauge that you need.

Manufacturer and wholesaler

EMVO Techniek has been active for 40 years already and is not only a big wholesaler in the field of pressure gauges and thermometers. We also manufacture them. That means that we have the widest range of gauges and thermometers in stock.

What is a pressure gauge?

A pressure gauge is an instrument that is used to measure the pressure of any gas or liquid within a system. You will be able to read the pressure on a display, through a needle that moves on a certain graduation scale. Most pressure gauges are based on the Bourdon tube principle.

Why measure pressure?

It is important to know the pressure of the gas or liquid used in a certain process. It is vital to ensure the quality of the process, but also to be able to detect a leak or a pressure increase or decrease.

Types of pressure gauges

The most common pressure gauges are:

  • Capsule gauges;
  • Bourdon tube pressure gauges;
  • Hydraulic pressure gauges;
  • Membrane pressure gauges;
  • Metal pressure gauges.

The metal pressure gauge is the most commonly used one. It is applied for example in central heating boilers.

Low pressure gauges

Low pressure gauges have been developed especially for the purpose of measuring low pressure. They are connected onto the pipe behind the pressure regulator, or onto the pressure regulator itself, using a T-joint. You can accurately read the set operating pressure on it's display.

Two models for low pressure

You can choose between two different models if you are looking for a low pressure gauge. Both have a stainless steel casing. The difference is the connection mode: a bottom or a back connection. You can order our low pressure gauges provided with the scale range that is perfect for your situation. The mechanism in low pressure gauges is based on a diaphragm or chemical seal.

Diaphragm pressure gauge

The mechanism of a diaphragm pressure gauge is quite simple and is being applied since a long time. It is highly suitable for measuring low pressure because the system is very accurate and it can make extremely low visible, up to only 16 millibars. Pressure is measured using a so-called diaphragm or chemical seal. It separates the manometer mechanism from the medium to be measured. The pressure applied on the diaphragm, will cause it to change its form. Through several gears and hinges, this movement is amplified and transmitted to a pointer, indicating the pressure on the pressure gauge display. The needle rotates across a calibrated scale from left to right when pressure increases. When pressure decreases, the diaphragm will return to its original form and the indicator will move back to the left.

Further questions and contact

Take your time and have a look around in our webshop. You will find that anything is possible. And if you have any doubts, do not hesitate and feel free to contact us. We will gladly give you our advice. If you have already found what you are looking for, we will be happy to provide you a non-binding offer.

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Low pressure gauges (in millibar)

Do you need a low pressure gauge? EMVO Techniek has the pressure gauge that you need.

Manufacturer and wholesaler

EMVO Techniek has been active for 40 years already and is not only a big wholesaler in the field of pressure gauges and thermometers. We also manufacture them. That means that we have the widest range of gauges and thermometers in stock.

What is a pressure gauge?

A pressure gauge is an instrument that is used to measure the pressure of any gas or liquid within a system. You will be able to read the pressure on a display, through a needle that moves on a certain graduation scale. Most pressure gauges are based on the Bourdon tube principle.

Why measure pressure?

It is important to know the pressure of the gas or liquid used in a certain process. It is vital to ensure the quality of the process, but also to be able to detect a leak or a pressure increase or decrease.

Types of pressure gauges

The most common pressure gauges are:

  • Capsule gauges;
  • Bourdon tube pressure gauges;
  • Hydraulic pressure gauges;
  • Membrane pressure gauges;
  • Metal pressure gauges.

The metal pressure gauge is the most commonly used one. It is applied for example in central heating boilers.

Low pressure gauges

Low pressure gauges have been developed especially for the purpose of measuring low pressure. They are connected onto the pipe behind the pressure regulator, or onto the pressure regulator itself, using a T-joint. You can accurately read the set operating pressure on it's display.

Two models for low pressure

You can choose between two different models if you are looking for a low pressure gauge. Both have a stainless steel casing. The difference is the connection mode: a bottom or a back connection. You can order our low pressure gauges provided with the scale range that is perfect for your situation. The mechanism in low pressure gauges is based on a diaphragm or chemical seal.

Diaphragm pressure gauge

The mechanism of a diaphragm pressure gauge is quite simple and is being applied since a long time. It is highly suitable for measuring low pressure because the system is very accurate and it can make extremely low visible, up to only 16 millibars. Pressure is measured using a so-called diaphragm or chemical seal. It separates the manometer mechanism from the medium to be measured. The pressure applied on the diaphragm, will cause it to change its form. Through several gears and hinges, this movement is amplified and transmitted to a pointer, indicating the pressure on the pressure gauge display. The needle rotates across a calibrated scale from left to right when pressure increases. When pressure decreases, the diaphragm will return to its original form and the indicator will move back to the left.

Further questions and contact

Take your time and have a look around in our webshop. You will find that anything is possible. And if you have any doubts, do not hesitate and feel free to contact us. We will gladly give you our advice. If you have already found what you are looking for, we will be happy to provide you a non-binding offer.

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