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A gas pressure gauge is an indispensable device in LPG and other gas applications for ensuring a predictable and reliable operation. It is designed to measure the fluid intensity and identify pressure changes and leaks that can negatively impact an operation. The installation of gas pressure gauges can be convex, direct installation, or embedded installation. Read More…

Gas Pressure Gauge A gas pressure gauge is an instrument designed to measure and display the pressure of a gas. Pressure gauges assess the pressure of fuel, oil, water, air and vacuums and indicate the results on a screen or on a dial.
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Irving, TX  |  800-540-3050

DuraChoice Co. specializes in design, manufacturing, and distribution of valves, fitting, and related products for commercial and industrial uses. We offer a variety of products including stainless steel and brass ball valves, gate valves, stainless steel and brass fittings, butterfly valves, industrial valves and fittings, and OEM and special products. We are located in Irving, Texas but serve customers nationwide. Visit our website or call us today for more information about our products!

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Minden, NV  |  775-782-1026

Looking for quality pressure gauges to measure a gas or liquid pressure? Perma-Cal Industries, Inc manufactures a comprehensive line of affordable high quality pressure gauges for a variety of demanding commercial and industrial applications. All Perma-Cal Industries pressure gauges are manufactured with dependability, safety and affordability in mind. Call us today!

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Sturtevant, WI  |  262-886-2895

SIKA USA is a developer and manufacturer of pressure gauges and a wide variety of other measuring and monitoring systems. We offer both standard pressure gauges and bourdon tube pressure gauges. Our pressure gauges are made with high-quality materials meant to withstand their environments and read accurately every time. Our pressure gauges are EN 837-1 compliant and are encased in stainless steel. They also come in different sizes, so finding one to fit your needs is simple.

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Lake Villa, IL  |  800-876-0036

M & M Control Service, Inc. is a leading distributor of industrial pneumatic, electronic, and self-contained valves, controls and controllers, instrumentation, temperature regulators, and process control loop equipment products and process solutions. We represent the top manufacturers in the industry. We bring you the best products at the best prices, delivered from stock or direct from the factories. We aim to exceed our customers' expectations, with continuously improved service, quality products, competitive prices and the fastest delivery. Our personal service staff is the best in the business and is committed to ensuring that your needs are met. Our commitment to quality products and exceptional customer service is renowned in the industry. M&M Control's sales engineers are factory trained to provide you with sizing, application, configuration, or installation assistance. For help with your application and for additional information on valves and steam products, gauges and thermometers, regulators, and controls and instrumentation call M&M Control at 1-800-876-0036. Visit our Web site at or E-mail

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Types of Gas Pressure Gauges

The different types of gas pressure gauges include:

Bourdon Tube Pressure Gauge

This type of pressure gauge is the most common pressure gauge used. It is mechanical; thus, it can measure pressure without an electric power supply. Steel is the material used for its construction to aid in resistance to corrosion and wear for heavy vibration applications and dynamic pressure load.

a bourdon tube pressure gauge

Diaphragm Pressure Gauge

This type of pressure gauge is designed for measuring low-pressure intensities. A diaphragm pressure gauge is also called a membrane pressure gauge. The working principle of this instrument is based on the deflection of a flexible thin membrane called the diaphragm. The bourdon tube pressure gauge can measure pressure from 0.6 – 7000 bar. Therefore, it is compatible with low and high-pressure applications. In addition, it has a compact structure that is suitable. The indication of the pressure is made using a needle. A pinion arrangement with the diaphragm is used to help the movement of the needle.

diaphragm pressure gauge

Capsule Pressure Gauge

This pressure gauge consists of two corrugated diaphragms welded together at their periphery to form a capsule. In sensing the pressure, this capsule is the main element that senses the pressure. One of the diaphragms consists of a hole in the center for allowing the medium to enter. When pressure is applied, the diaphragms expand or contract. This type of pressure gauge is utilized to calculate the pressure of gasses and substances with up to 600 mbar.

Absolute Pressure Gauges

These pressure gauges are used for measuring the pressure independent of the natural fluctuations in atmospheric pressure. To the side of the measuring element, a reference measure vacuum is fixed and is not subject to pressure; thus, its pressure is zero without any variation. Absolute pressure gauges are most commonly utilized in scientific laboratories. They are not affected by altitude, so they are also utilized in aeronautics, ventilation, heating, and air conditioning systems.

Differential Pressure Gauge

This pressure gauge measures the difference in pressure between two chambers separated by an element moving to and from according to the pressure changes. The media chamber is separated from the vacuum chamber by a diaphragm present This type of pressure gauge is utilized for measuring the difference in pressure between two chambers that are separated by an element moving to and from according to the pressure changes. A diaphragm in the differential pressure gauge separates the media chamber from the vacuum chamber. When there is an increase in pressure, deformation of the diaphragm into the vacuum chamber occurs. This deformation and change are then converted to produce a pressure value.

Bellows Pressure Gauge

Devices that measure absolute and differential pressure are called bellows pressure gauges. The gauge's key component, the bellows, is a flexible membrane whose expansion and contraction help quantify the system's pressure difference. The force transfer to the transmission mechanism depends on the bellows' diameter. Therefore, a bigger diameter is chosen to have enough surface area for the pressure to act upon when measurements of very low pressures are required.

This type of pressure gauge is utilized in the measuring of low-pressure applications. Thin-walled flexible metal-connected tubes are used for making the bellows in the devices. The tubes form a shape like an accordion, and they are sealed in the gauge's free end.

Manometer Pressure Gauge

This device is used for measuring the pressure on a fluid by the principle of balancing one column of fluid against the second column. In the manometer tube, one end is connected to the place where pressure is measured, and the other end will be open to the atmosphere.

Applications of Gas Pressure Gauges

  • They are used to inspect air brakes on trucks
  • They are utilized in refrigeration
  • They are utilized for eliminating potential leak paths
  • Gas pressure gauges are used in gas supply systems and gas transmission.

Benefits of Gas Pressure Gauges

  • Their safety is increased in hard operating conditions
  • They help in the reduction of costly downtime
  • They are very suitable for aggressive environments.
  • Their design is robust in a high-quality material
  • They provide accurate pressure readings
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