Pressure and vacuum gauges
Pressure gauges are used in chlorine gas line supply for monitoring the chlorine gas pressure in chlorine tanks and cylinders.
Vacuum gauges are used in chlorine gas line supply between vacuum regulator
Pressure gauges are used in chlorine gas line supply for monitoring the chlorine gas pressure in chlorine tanks and cylinders. While container or cylinder is discharging, the pressure is dropping, therefore pressure gauges are used to check the fullness of container or cylinder. It is important to consider that the pressure also depends on the surrounding temperature. For example at 20 ˚C pressure is 5.8bar, while at 40 ˚C 10,5bar.
Vacuum gauges are used in chlorine gas line supply between vacuum regulator and ejector. They monitor the vacuum in ejector and in the vacuum line. A constant vacuum ensures safety and reliable operation.
Size 60 (2.36″)
(EN 837-3)2.5(i.e. accuracy error less than +2.5% of full scale value); 4 for gauges with protection foil covering the diaphragm
Pressure Ranges (EN 837-3):
0 … 16 bar also standard vacuum 0….-1 bar
Steady pressure / maximum: full scale value
Cyclic pressure: 90% of full scale value
Ambient temperature: -20 /+50°C(-4 / +122 °F)
Medium temperature: max.+50° C(122 °F)
Temperature Caused Error:
The accuracy error caused by media or ambient temperatures differingfrom +20 °C (+68° F) is significant. In accordance with EN 837-3 it maybe up to .8 % f.s. per each 10 °C (18°F).
(EN 60529 / IEC 529)IP 43
¼” BSP bottom connection or center back connection
Aluminum alloy, black figures, white background
Aluminum alloy blackCaseBezel ring, black painted, screwed-on to the vertical mounted lower half
Single strength glass lens