The highest quality glycerine manometers are available at EMVO Techniek, the specialist in manometers since 1982!
With glycerine filled pressure gauge, you are able to accurately measure pressure at all times, regardless of the surrounding environment. This is because the pressure pulses are absorbed by the glycerine in the manometer. At EMVO Techniek you can find the highest quality manometers filled with glycerine. We have been focussing on producing high quality manometers and thermometers since 1982. We combine craftsmanship, good relationships with European manufacturers and solution orientation to provide our customers with the best possible service.
Because of the good relations with European manufacturers we have a wide range of glycerine filled manometers. You can choose from a fully stainless steel manometer or a manometer where only the case is made of stainless steel. In addition, we have both models in various sizes and accuracies, so you are guaranteed to find the perfect glycerine manometer at EMVO Techniek! Ask for a quick quotation!
Once you have found the ideal manometer, you can immediately request a quotation. Not sure yet which manometer is best suitable for you? Then you can find our complete range on our website. In addition to manometers filled with glycerine, we also have other products such as:
If you don't know what you need, our team with in-depth product knowledge and specialized expertise is at your disposal. We are able to provide expert and personal advice, and we will also be happy to inform you about the various applications. So feel free to contact us, and together we can discuss the possibilities.
Most glycerine filled pressure gauges are bourdon manometers. A somewhat flattened, brass C-shaped tube transmits the pressure applied by the medium to an indicator in the display. When the pressure on the inside of the tube increases, the flattened shape of the diameter will become rounder, which causes the C-shape to bend a little straighter. That movement is magnified by a mechanism with gears and hinges and transmitted to a needle, indicating the pressure on a display. Bourdon pressure gauges have a minimum reach of 600 millibars.
Diaphragm pressure gauges are especially used when the medium has aggressive ore corrosive properties, but also in case of viscous or toxic media. The diaphragm separates the medium from the rest of the measuring instrument, preventing it from damage. A glycerine filled pressure gauge with diaphragm measures pressure by using a chemical seal that deforms under pressure. This deformation is transformed to a larger movement, causing an indicator to move along the scale in the display. Diaphragm pressure gauges are also commonly used when low pressure is measured: 16 millibar is the lowest level of pressure it can measure.
Because we have been fully dedicated to the production of high-quality manometers and thermometers since 1982, we have the craftsmanship and expertise necessary to make this happen. We are proud of this, and we hope that we can help you too!