Stainless steel case

Each and every Emvo Techniek’s measuring instruments are of excellent quality. Over 40 years of experience make us a real specialist when it comes to industrial pressure gauges, thermometers and pressure meters. Glycerine pressure gauges with a stainless-steel case also form part of our collection and they are available in various models.

Glycerine pressure gauge

A glycerine filled pressure gauge is ideal when pressure needs to be measured in an environment where vibrations, blows or (big) pressure surges regularly occur. The glycerine in the pressure gauge can absorb these vibrations and blows, stabilizing the needle. Wear is also prevented by the glycerine.

Stainless steel case

A glycerine-filled pressure gauge with a stainless-steel case is perfect for environments in which corrosion can occur, duet o for example moist. Stainless steel contains a certain amount of chrome, which will protect the steel from corrosion to a great extent.

Types

Our collection of stainless-steel cased glycerine pressure gauges contains two types:

  • 7211 (backside connection);
  • 7214 (frontside connection).

Both types of pressure gauges are available in five different models. The smallest one has a diameter of 40 mm, the biggest one 100 mm. Other differences between the models can be the materials of which the pressure gauges are made. The Bourdon tube for example, can be made of stainless steel or brass, but there are more differences. We recommend you take a look at our catalogue to learn about other details of our models. There you will find all the info you need.

Contact

To choose the right pressure gauge, many factors should be held into account. Maybe you need another type of pressure gauge instead of the glycerine gauge with stainless steel case. Please feel free to contact us without any further obligation if you need advice. Our team is equipped with a profound product knowledge and is ready to answer all your questions.

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Stainless steel case

Each and every Emvo Techniek’s measuring instruments are of excellent quality. Over 40 years of experience make us a real specialist when it comes to industrial pressure gauges, thermometers and pressure meters. Glycerine pressure gauges with a stainless-steel case also form part of our collection and they are available in various models.

Glycerine pressure gauge

A glycerine filled pressure gauge is ideal when pressure needs to be measured in an environment where vibrations, blows or (big) pressure surges regularly occur. The glycerine in the pressure gauge can absorb these vibrations and blows, stabilizing the needle. Wear is also prevented by the glycerine.

Stainless steel case

A glycerine-filled pressure gauge with a stainless-steel case is perfect for environments in which corrosion can occur, duet o for example moist. Stainless steel contains a certain amount of chrome, which will protect the steel from corrosion to a great extent.

Types

Our collection of stainless-steel cased glycerine pressure gauges contains two types:

  • 7211 (backside connection);
  • 7214 (frontside connection).

Both types of pressure gauges are available in five different models. The smallest one has a diameter of 40 mm, the biggest one 100 mm. Other differences between the models can be the materials of which the pressure gauges are made. The Bourdon tube for example, can be made of stainless steel or brass, but there are more differences. We recommend you take a look at our catalogue to learn about other details of our models. There you will find all the info you need.

Contact

To choose the right pressure gauge, many factors should be held into account. Maybe you need another type of pressure gauge instead of the glycerine gauge with stainless steel case. Please feel free to contact us without any further obligation if you need advice. Our team is equipped with a profound product knowledge and is ready to answer all your questions.

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