• T6500 Pressure Gauge EN837-1
    T6500 Pressure Gauge EN837-1

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T6500 Pressure Gauge

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The Ashcroft® T6500 stainless steel pressure gauge has become an industry standard. Providing high reliability, versatility and performance, it proves an ideal product for satisfying many applications and installation requirements.

Key Features:
  • All-stainless steel movement
  • Easily adjusted micrometer pointer
  • Socket welded to case
  • Low ambient temperature option for arctic conditions from -94°F (-70°C)
  • PLUS! Performance (option) dampens vibration, shock and pulsation effects; provides liquid-fill performance in a dry gauge
Specifications:
  • Accuracy: 1% full scale (class 1); optional 0.5% full scale
  • Pressure Ranges: Vacuum to 30,000 psi
  • Dial size: 100mm (4") and 160mm (6")
  • Bourdon tube / socket: 316L stainless steel or monel
  • Case material / style: T6500 (solid front)
  • IP65 (dry) or IP66 (liquid-filled or hermetically-sealed)

The T6500 pressure gauge is ideal where stable, pressure measurement is essential:

Process Market:
  • Offshore Oil Rigs
  • Chemical and Petrochemical Plants
  • Power
  • Pulp and Paper
Industrial Market:
  • Machine Equipment
  • Specialized OEM Equipment
Medical and Life Sciences:
  • Food and Beverage


 

 

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