Different high pressure gauges are made for different applications in order to withstand certain elements and be able to accurately read higher pressures if the application so requires.
A high pressure gauges functions just like any other pressure gauge except that it is capable of measuring pressure at a much higher rate than a standard pressure gauge. High pressure gauges can be found in a wide range of applications and industries and each gauge offers unique advantages for their specific application.
A pressure gauge works by monitoring the movement of an element within the gauge which takes place due to a change in the pressure. This movement is often connected to a visual representation on the outside of the high pressure gauge which provides a reading of the amount of pressure that is being placed on the element within the gauge. While many high pressure gauges utilize this analog dial style, some applications may prefer a digital read out of the pressure for more accurate readings.
One of the more common styles of high pressure gauges is the Bourdon tube, this pressure gauges involves a flexible tube which shifts in relation to the pressure within the application. Perhaps the most recognized styles of pressure gauges is the tire pressure gauge which is an accessory that can be found in almost every car in America. This pressure gauge operates on the same technology that virtually every other high pressure gauge operates with, a piece is moved by pressure and this movement provides a readable measure for the pressure.
Because there are so many different styles of high pressure gauges and pressure gauges in general, we recommend that you contact a trusted high pressure gauge manufacturer and inform them of your application in order for them to evaluate your needs and specifications before suggesting a high pressure gauge that is right for your application. By doing this, you ensure that your receive the best possible high pressure gauge for your unique application.