Pressure Test Kits SMB

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Analogue Stainless Steel Pressure Gauge SPG

The pressure gauges can be used as both stationary or portable devices. STAUFF addresses the very extensive width of possible system pressures and the strict requirements for precision with a variety of pressure gauge types with different measuring ranges.

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Area of Application
▪ Mechanical pressure measurement

Features

▪ Suitable for hydraulic oil and gaseous media
  compatible with copper based alloys
▪ Designed for permanent installations
▪ Pressure gauge according to EN 837-1

Options

▪ Protective rubber cap
▪ Additional scale readings including personilisation
▪ U-bolt and flange mounting kits are available separately
  as spare parts

Technical Data

Size
▪ 63 mm and 100 mm

Materials
▪ Stainless Steel (1.4301) housing
▪ Acrylic sight glass

Pressure Ranges
-1 ... 1000 bar / -14.5 ... 14503 PSI

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Styles of Scales
▪ bar / PSI (bar outside/PSI inside - standard option)
▪ bar
▪ PSI
▪ PSI / bar (PSI outside/ bar inside)
▪ kPa / PSI (kPa outside/ PSI inside)

Process Connection
▪ for BSP (G1/4 und G1/2), NPT (1/4 NPT and 1/2 NPT),
  SAE (7/16–20 UNF)

Accuracies
SPG-063: 1.6 (± 1.6 % FS* as per EN 837-1)
▪ SPG-100: 1.0 (± 1.0 % FS* as per EN 837-1)

Permissible Temperatures
Ambient: -20 °C ... +60 °C / -4 °F ... +140 °F
Media: max. +60 °C / max. +140 °F

Protection Ratings
▪ IP 65: for all manometer SPG 100 and
  SPG 063 > 25 bar / 362 PSI
▪ IP 54: for all manometer SPG 063
  < 25 bar /362 PSI due to pressure
  compensation opening

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