High-Temperature Pressure Gauges
To complete some internal R&D component purchases of high-temperature pressure gauges which must be able to read nitrogen gas pressures up to 600 psi at temperatures of up to 800 degrees celsius.
- While this initial research did not turn up exact matches to the pressure gauge required, there are some promising prospects to start a deeper/longer search:
- AMETEK, Inc. reports offering a large selection of pressure gauges designed for uses in a wide range of industries and applications. Their gauges can include “special models for sprinklers, boilers, tire pressure, medical gauges, corrosion-resistant pressure gauges, and much more.“
- MATHESON reports being a single source for industrial, bulk, specialty and electronic gases, engineering and gas management services, and more. This company offers configurable pressure gauges.
- Accurate Speciality Gas Equipment offers subcategories of pressure gauges (i.e., Pressure Gauges 316 Stainless Steel 1/4 Female VCR, Pressure Gauges 316 Stainless Steel 1/4" NPT Male, Pressure Gauges Brass 1/4" NPT Male Lower Mount, and Pressure Gauges Monel® 1/4" NPT Male Lower Mt) that branch off into fuller selections.
- Airgas, Inc. serves many industries including construction, manufacturing, energy/chemical, and healthcare. The company offers regulators/gauges and many other products.
- McMaster-Carr offers several gauges that read up to 600 psi (and higher) as well as additional specialty pressure gauges.
- SensorsONE notes that when dealing with high-temperature pressure gauges “sensitive components such as digital displays, microelectronics, and sensor elements are easily damaged by high temperatures and therefore it is necessary to introduce a method of thermal isolation between the vulnerable parts of the pressure gauge.” This company recommends adding cooling elements between the process connection and the pressure gauge.
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