Pressure Gauge is a device for measuring pressure, which in most cases uses the mechanical mechanism of the Bourdon tube, sometimes the diaphragm mechanism, and in some cases the bellows element system.
In all of these mechanisms, the pressure gauge changes pressure when the measuring element changes pressure and transmits this change to a hand or indicator calibrated on a plate based on changes in pressure range. It simply rotates, simply measuring pressure values over a wide range of vacuum up to 1000 bar.
Argon gauges are designed to reduce the pressure of argon gas inside an argon capsule or argon cylinder, as well as to adjust the amount of argon gas to be used for argon welding, laboratory and research work, and argon gas compounds.
There are usually two types of argon gas regulators, two gauges and flowmeters.
In the dodge type, the inlet and outlet pressures are measured in terms of load or PSI, and in the flowmeter type, the output flow is measured in liters per minute.
Ar / CO2 flowmeter regulator equipped with a calibrated flowmeter to regulate the output flow.
Argon gauge single flowmeter
Regulator designed in accordance with the required standards and equipped with a calibrated flowmeter to regulate the output current.
Specifications of argon gauge
The pressure breaker of this regulator is resistant to salts and gas impurities, so that this regulator with a suitable design will meet the needs of a wide range of craftsmen.
– Trunk made of high strength aluminum alloy.
– Automatic adjustment and stabilization of the output pressure on 3.5 to 5.5 bar.
– Has a German bronze filter in the regulator inlet to prevent the entry of any objects up to 300 microns.
– Equipped with flowmeter with the ability to adjust the output flow from 0 to 30 liters per minute.
– Connections that can be ordered in the dimensions requested by the customer.
– One year warranty for repair and replacement of parts.
– Spare parts at reasonable prices and available.
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