Pressure gauges for monitoring LPG and NH3 systems

Pressure gauges are indispensable instruments in LPG and other gas or liquid applications to ensure reliable and predictable operation. They are designed to measure fluid intensity and to identify changes in pressure and leaks that can negatively impact an operation.

Product description

The Bourdon tube pressure gauges are capable of transforming product pressure into mechanical energy and thereby move a dial to accurately display the pressure at the current location. Gauges are often used in gas system connections where reducers are installed and a pressure drop is expected. However, monitoring is necessary to ensure the pressure is not dropping too low.

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Body: Brass, steel, stainless steel, safety glass

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Gas types: LPG (Propane, Butane), NH3 (Ammonia, Anhydrous ammonia), NG (natural gas), manufactured gasses, water and oil
Connections: Thread, flange
Type: G, NPT
Pressure range: -1 to 1600 bar (-14.5 to 23206 psi)
Dial size: 63 mm, 100 mm, 160 mm
Size and range: 1/4" to ½" 
Series available: KFM, RPM and 232.30
Standards: CE, ATEX, EAC, GOST

*Materials and specifications are subject to generalisation. Our experienced people are ready to help you find the correct fit for your application. 

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  • Increased safety in hard operating conditions
  • Helps reduce costly downtime
  • Accurate readings of pressure
  • Robust design in a high-quality material
  • Shock resistant and impeccable load-cycle stability
  • Blow-out back protects the operator in case of failure 
  • Ideal for aggressive environments -and products with lower viscosity or crystallisation

Did you know?

It is recommended that pull-away valves are maintained and safety-tested periodically to confirm that they will separate properly in the event of a pull-away. Lubrication every six months is essential to the pull-away’s operation. Dry nitrogen or other inert gas is suggested as a source of pressure for pull-away tests

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    Continuously emitting electrical signals to indicate pressure levels in a system, pressure transmitters help adjust flow pressure or enable quick reaction to prevent potential accidents.

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