• 1007P Refrigerant Pressure Gauge
    1007P Refrigerant Pressure Gauge
  • 1001T-XOR Refrigerant Pressure Gauge 1001T-XOR Refrigerant Pressure Gauge

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1007P and 1001T XOR Refrigeration Pressure Gauge

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The Ashcroft® 1007P and 1001T XOR Refrigeration Pressure Gauges are reliable instruments used in refrigerant test, recovery and recycling markets. An ideal solution when pressure measurement is needed.

Key Features:
  • PowerFlex™ movement provides superior resistance to shock, vibration and pulsation; extends product life and reduces maintenance costs
  • FlutterGuard eliminates pointer flutter for optimum readability
  • Easy access window allows for minor span adjustments  
  • 1007P ABS case offers durability and corrosion resistance
  • 1001T gauges are tested to detect leaks as small as 2.8 x 10 -4  cc per second

Specifications:
  • Accuracy: ±1% at zero; ±2% at 3/4 scale; ±5% last 1/4 scale
  • Refrigerant scales: R12, R22, R502, R134A, and 410A
  • Dial size:
    1007P: 2 1/2" ABS case 
    1001T: 2 1/2" and 3 1/2"; steel
  • Bronze Bourdon tube / brass socket
  • 1007P Lower connection only 
  • 1001T Back connection only
  • U-clamp panel mounting standard on 1001T; Front flange optional on 2 1/2" 1001T

The 1007P XOR Refrigerant Gauge is ideal where reliable pressure measurement is essential:

Industrial Market:
  • Refrigeration Manifolds
  • Refrigerant Recovery and Recycling equipment
  • Automotive Testing
  • HVAC/R - Industrial and Residential Air Conditioning

Tools

  • Distributor Locator

    Locate an authorized Ashcroft distributor in your area.

  • Materials Selector

    Use the selector to review compatible wetted materials and requirements of your application.

  • Unit Converter

    Need to convert measurement units? Check out our quick and easy approach to pressure, temperature and flow unit conversions.

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