• 1008S 40/50mm Pressure Gauge
    1008S 40/50mm Pressure Gauge

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1008S 40/50mm Pressure Gauge     

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 The Ashcroft® 40/50mm 1008S pressure gauge is a compact, all-stainless steel design for limited space installations requiring corrosion resistance. This provides the user with an economical solution for harsh environment pressure measurement.

Key Features:
  • True Zeroreduces reading errors by using a "zero box" instead of conventional dial pins (posts); this ensures product safety, integrity and system control
  • FlutterGuard(option) reduces movement wear and eliminates pointer flutter
  • Liquid fillable
  • Accuracy: ±3-2-3% of span (ASME, Grade B)
  • Dial size: 40mm (1 1/2") and 50mm (2"); stainless steel case
  • 316L SS bourdon tube and process connection
  • IP66 / NEMA4
  • Mounting: direct, u-clamp or front flange
  • Dry or liquid case versions
  • Pressure Ranges: 40mm: Vacuum, compound, 15,000 psi                       
                             50mm: Vacuum, compound, 20,000 psi

The 40/50mm 1008S pressure gauge is ideal where reliable pressure measurement is essential:

Industrial Market:
  • Pumps and Compressors
  • OEM Equipment

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