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Cabe Atwell
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Re: Types of pressure gauges
Cabe Atwell   8/27/2013 2:37:35 PM
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This is one of those cases where the page is saved locally... reference material obtained!

 

Greg M. Jung
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Types of pressure gauges
Greg M. Jung   8/24/2013 10:29:27 PM
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Thanks Nick for this concise description of different pressure gauge technologies.  Good stuff.

far911
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far911   8/24/2013 7:58:27 AM
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Thank you for the post Nick. This can be used for future reference. 

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vimalkumarp   8/24/2013 5:30:55 AM
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Thanks for the post . This is really useful reference material.

Charles Murray
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Re: Only 60 bar?
Charles Murray   8/23/2013 5:21:50 PM
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I agree, JRThro. This one one of those articles you store on your hard drive for future reference.

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Only 60 bar?
JRThro   8/23/2013 8:53:03 AM
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That's a nice summary of some of the available types of pressure gauges.

I'm not sure where you got the impression that bourdon tube gauges can only measure up to 60 bar, because there are many bourdon tube gauges on the market that can measure and withstand much, much higher pressures.

For example, Ashcroft, a major manufacturer of bourdon tube pressure gauges, makes gauges that can measure up to 20,000 psig, or 1379 bar, or even higher.

See http://www.ashcroft.com/products/pressure_gauges/process/index.cfm



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