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Acrylic Body Manometer

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Our customers can avail from us a wide range of Acrylic Body Manometer. We are reputed for the Acrylic Body Manometer that are offered in aluminum casing from three sides with see through acrylic front. Owing to their modern and user friendly features, these are widely used in various Schools, Colleges, Laboratories and other places.

Acrylic Body Manometer

Acrylic Body Manometer is defined as a force per unit area - and the most accurate way to measure low air pressure is to balance a column of liquid known weight against it and measure the height of the liquid column so balanced. The unit of measure commonly used are mm hg/inches hg using mercury as the fluid, and mm wc/inches wc using water or oil as the fluid.

Features :

  • The unit of measure commonly used are mm hg /inches hg using mercury as the fluid
  • mm wc / inches wc using water or oil as the fluid.

Acrylic Manometer

Being a patron focused organization, we are engaged in manufacturing and supplying best grade Acrylic Manometer. we manufacture these Acrylic Manometer under the supervision of professionals by making use of the superior quality raw material.

Specifications :

  • Zeroing is easy, using the sliding milky white scale, inbuilt preset spirit level for accurate mounting
  • Available Range- 0-3000MMWC In metallic Body
  • Clear, 25mm drilled and Reamed Unbreakable acrylic block
  • Precision machined reservoirs and indicating column assure high accuracy

MCleod Gauge:

  • Pressure is read by comparing the compressed level of mercury with the corresponding graduated scale parallel to the capillary tube
  • When the gauge is rotated, this volume is compressed to a small portion in the capillary having volume V2 at corresponding pressure
  • Mcleod Gauge consist of a bulb and capillary tube where their volume of mercury v1 is at atmospheric pressure P 1