If you are looking for a glycerin filled pressure gauge for panel assembly with a stainless steel case, have a look at our EMVO Techniek catalogue. You will find different models there.
The big advantage of glycerin filled pressure gauges is, that they are more resistant to sudden blows, vibrations or surges of pressure. The glycerin absorbs these movements, which stabilizes the needle and wearing of the instrument.
A glycerin filled pressure gauge for panel assembly with a stainless steel case is the best solution for environments where corrosion may occur. That’s because stainless steel is very resistant to rust: it consists of the steel alloy of iron and carbon to which a bit of chromium is added. The chromium will form a paper thin, oxygen proof layer on the surface of the steel and prevent it from rusting.
Our range of glycerin filled pressure gauges for panel assembly with stainless steel case consists of two types:
The 7212 glycerin filled pressure gauges for panel assembly with stainless steel case is available in three versions and two diameters: 63 mm and 100 mm. All versions are provided with a brass bottom connection and they all have three little screw holes for easy and secured assembly of the pressure gauge onto a panel.
Pressure gauges of this type are also available in three different versions and two different case diameters: 63 mm and 100 mm. The difference between these models and the 7212 models is that these stainless steel glycerin pressure gauges have a brass back connection. They can be assembled onto a panel using three little screw holes places in the front flange of the instrument.
In case you need any help choosing the right pressure gauge, please contact us. We will be happy to talk to you.