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RSCAL(1365173) Pressure Gauge 0-4bar

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Baumer MAT Steel Case Pressure Gauge

Black painted steel pressure gauges from Baumer. The gauges have a Kostil (technolpolymer) dial with easy to read black graduations and number on a white back ground (100mm versions have a ABS plastic dial). Gauges are manufcatured to conform to EN 837-1 and are available with a bottom or back connection.

Features and Benefits

• Knife edge black aluminium pointer
• IP32 rated

• Cupreous metal Bourdon tube

• Welded tube connection assembly

• Brass connection with 14 mm square

• Class 2.5

• 40, 50, 63mm and 100mm gauge diameters available


• Compressed gases
• Lubricating circuits

• Hot or cold water networks

• Water distribution

Analogue Pressure Gauges

This range of Bourdon tube pressure gauges has stainless steel cases, copper alloy movement, non-splintering clear PMMA plastic windows and the gauges are intended for use in adverse service conditions where pulsation or vibration exists. Their operating temperature range is -20°C to +60°C. They are suitable for gaseous or liquid media that will not obstruct the pressure system or attack copper alloy parts. Accuracy class is DIN 16 005. Scales are in both bar and psi. All gauges have maximum continuous pressure of full scale and maximum over pressure of 1.3 x full scale.

Minimum Pressure Measurement0bar
Maximum Pressure Measurement4bar
Pressure Gauge TypeBottom Entry
Gauge Outside Diameter100mm
Connection SizeG 1/2
Best Accuracy±2.5 %
Case MaterialBlack Painted Steel
Minimum Operating Temperature-20°C
Maximum Operating Temperature+70°C