GEARLESS, DIRECT DRIVE IN A RECEIVER GAUGE
ONE MOVING PART
Unmatched vibration, pulsation and shock performance.
Helical Bourdon Tube = Gearless, Direct Drive = DURABILITY
No linkages, springs, gears, or liquid fill to wear, break or leak. Unique, internal pointer dampening reduces pointer flutter without the negative consequences of liquid fill.
LIFETIME LIMITED WARRANTY
Lifetime warranty that the Bourdon tube will not malfunction due to wear.
1 year from delivery or 18 months from date of manufacture against defects in materials and workmanship.
Trusted in extremes from -65°F up to 600°F media. Accuracy is 25% less affected by temperature fluctuations.
Inconel Elastic Element = Low Coefficient of Thermal Expansion
Inconel in combination with a low internal volume means that the impact of temperature on accuracy is significantly less than competitors using a Stainless Steel Bourdon Tube. High-Temp solutions available which bring operating temperatures up to 400°F Ambient / 600°F Media.
Proof Pressure (over-pressure) of 150% F.S. exceeds industry standards.
Survives the day to day beatings of an industrial environment. Also, where vacuum can often damage a C-tube gauge, Direct Drive is unaffected.
AEROSPACE QUALITY | MILITARY TRUSTED
Direct Drive is demanded on critical applications.
The same military grade Direct Drive technology used in our Aeropsace and Military designs, is used in our industrial gauges for commercial applications. Ideal for land, air, sea, and space.
The U.S. Military recognizes the durability advantages Direct Drive provides and requires it on their most demanding applications.
Requires 85% less fill fluid than the competition. Accuracy is 50% less affected by temperatures above 68°F (20°C)
Low volume design enables performance on mini diaphragm seals. This can provide significant performance and cost advantages vs. competitors.
USA PARTS, USA MADE, USA OWNED
Manufactured in Minden, NV using only American made parts. Manufacturing processes not completed in house are outsourced to support local small businesses.
Receiver Gauge Specs
For use with pneumatic transmission of process variables. Receiver Gauges provide indication of changes in pressure, temperature, flow or other parameters that can be transmitted by proportional variations in air pressure.
±0.5% F.S. at M.S. / ±1.0% F.S.
For details see accuracy specs page
3 - 15 psi
0 - 10 sq. rt.
0 - 100 %
Customization available (range, units, logo, etc.)
ABS: -65°F to 250°F
GFN and Metal: -65°F to 600°F
ABS: -65°F to 190°F
GFN and Metal: -65°F to 400°F
Burst Pressure: 500% F.S. pressure
Proof Pressure (over-pressure w/o calibration shift):
150% of F.S. for gauges ≤ 5,000 psi or equivalent
125% of F.S. for gauges > 5,000 psi or equivalent
Internal pointer dampening (reduces pointer flutter)
ABS (acrylonitrile butadiene styrene)
GFN (glass-filled nylon): High-Temp Yellow Turret
Sizes, Types and Colors:
2.5", 3.5", 4.5", 6", 8.5" Dial
Front Flange, No Flange, Rear Flange, Turret Style
Black, Blue, Green, Red, White, Yellow (others available)
Metal Case Finish: Powder Coated or Unpainted
Solid Front Case Design
Silver Braze (nickel braze available)
316 SS standard (Monel available)
Tempered Glass (increases heat tolerance)
Stainless Steel Material, Powder Coated Finish
White Background, Black Markings, Black Pointer