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Every vehicle that relies on a combustion engine to produce the energy required for movement must be equipped with a fuel gauge in order to allow for advance notice before fuel reserves are exhausted. Read More…

Fuel Pressure Gauge Fuel pressure gauges are instruments that are used to measure and indicate the amount of fuel in a fuel tank. Fuel is one of the essential ingredients in combustion, and fuel pressure gages help to ensure that sufficient quantities of fuel are available in order to make combustion possible.
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West Valley City, UT  |  800-316-5342

The pressure gauges that we are able to manufacture will withstand the tests of time in order to provide a lasting value! We are dedicated to serving customers around the world with our products! It is our goal that we are able to offer products to our customers that fit their exact needs. To learn more about what we may be able to do for you; visit us online today!

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HydraCheck $$$

Cleveland, OH  |  216-281-1100

Meriam offers a wide variety of mechanical and digital pressure gauges for process measurement and indication. Terrific accuracy specifications and little-to-no temperature effect set these instruments apart from the competition. Many of our digital gauge products have multiple output options to increase their versatility in today’s changing control schemes.

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Meriam Process Technologies $$$

Branford, CT  |  203-481-2545

Differential Pressure Plus manufactures quality pressure gauges for air, gases, liquids and chemicals used in the filtration industry. Our digital or standard gauges are made of stainless steel, aluminum, ceramic, Teflon® and Buna. Check out our new Backflow Preventer Test Kit.

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Differential Pressure Plus, Inc. $$$

Fultonville, NY  |  800-833-0081

Anderson-Negele is a leading designer and manufacturer of high-quality pressure gauges, pressure switches and other transmitter instruments for the sanitary process of a variety of industries such as beverage, dairy, fluid food, biopharmaceutical. Call us today for more information about our products!

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Anderson-Negele $$$

Orlando, FL  |  800-394-8134

Bailey Motor Equipment Co. has been in the engine business since 1933. We are a distributor of quality products and specialize in carburetion of all types, engine protection, and instrumentation. We serve a lot of industries including the agriculture, industrial, oil and gas, and marine industries all over the world. Call us today for more information.

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Bailey Motor Equipment Co. $$$
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Cars, trucks, planes, watercraft and other vehicles of all shapes, sizes and uses all feature some kind of fuel pressure indication equipment. Depending on the age of the vehicle, the fuel gauge may be completely mechanical, a combination of mechanical and electric or computer operated. More modern vehicles tend to have more advanced fuel pressure gauges, though hobbyists sometimes still install mechanical pressure gauges for aesthetic or performance purposes.

Fuel pressure gauges can also be an important part of small equipment like lawn mowers, ATVs, snow blowers and other gas-powered appliances and recreation equipment. Fuel pressure gauges help reduce the risk of fuel supply depletion, which can, in industrial contexts, derail productivity and even damage fuel pump equipment.

The simplest mechanical fuel pressure gauges can be found on small gas powered equipment. Such gauges involve a floating indicator, often a small rubber or plastic ball, which floats with the fuel level in a tube that is connected to the fuel tank. Such gauges are not particularly helpful or accurate unless the fuel tank is perfectly level. In cars and small trucks, fuel pressure gauges can involve an electrical sensor placed in a fuel tank; depending on the level of the fuel, the sensor transmits a signal of variable strength.

This signal is interpreted by an indicator, usually mounted on the vehicle's dashboard with other indicators and gauges, such as an oil pressure gauge. Most analogue fuel gauge indicators feature a hemispherical arc on which are marked several points that correspond to a certain level of tank fullness.

Digital, computerized fuel pressure gauges are the most advanced and are mostly limited to more recently manufactured luxury vehicles. These involve an advanced sensor that communicates fuel level to a central computer. That computer transmits signals to a central display in the dashboard that indicates the fuel level as well as other critical information about engine performance.