• A4A Precision Pressure Gauge
    A4A Precision Pressure Gauge

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A4A Precision Pressure Gauge

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The Ashcroft® A4A precision dial pressure gauge is known for high accuracy and performance. An ideal product for use with test, calibration and validation systems.

Key Features:
  • Mirror-band dial and knife-edge pointer eliminates paralax error while 
    assuring easy readability of precise measurements
  • Solid-front case design and blow-out safety back protect users from 
    extreme overpressure
  • Optional Slotted link - protects gauge from sudden decrease in pressure
  • Optional Thermal Compensation - to maintain accuracy over a wide
    temperature range from -25° to +125°F
Specifications:
  • Accuracy: ±0.1% full scale (ASME B40.100 Grade 4A)
  • Pressure Ranges: Vacuum to 100,000 psi; absolute pressure available 
  • Dial size: 6", 8 1/2", 12" and 16"; aluminum solid-front case

The A4A precision dial pressure gauge is ideal where precise and reliable pressure measurement is essential:

Industrial Market:
  • Test Laboratories
  • Precision Test and Measurement Validation
  • Calibration Laboratories
 

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Tools

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