Purpose of Liquid Filled Pressure Gauges
1. What is a liquid pressure gauge?
The body pressure gauge is a pressure gauge based on the principle of hydrostatics, using the principle that the pressure generated by the weight of the liquid column is balanced with the measured pressure. Liquid pressure gauges are used to measure smaller pressures. The three main points about liquid pressure gauges are:
1.1 At any point in the liquid, the pressure acting in all directions is equal;
1.2 The liquid pressure always acts vertically on any surface;
1.3 In the given direction, the resultant force acting on the surface of any shape is equal to the pressure times the projected area perpendicular to the given direction.
2. In what environment is the liquid pressure gauge mainly used?
The liquid in the liquid pressure gauge is silicone oil, which acts as a buffer. Silicone oil is mainly used when the pressure gauge is at extremely high (> + 60 ℃) or extremely low (<-20 ℃) temperature.
The liquid pressure gauge is suitable for places with severe environmental vibration, which can withstand the pulsation, impact and sudden unloading of the medium, and the instrument indication is stable and clear. It is widely used in machinery, petroleum, chemical industry, metallurgy, mining, electric power and other departments to measure the pressure of non-corrosive media on copper and copper alloys.
3. What liquid pressure gauges does DPG have?
The unique test environment of the liquid pressure gauge and the appropriate cost performance are the reasons why many buyers prefer to choose. DPG has a hydraulic gauge with a suitable price and a two-year warranty. DPG has a professional problem-solving team. If you are interested, you can leave a message or contact us.