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  •   Why is Glycerine filled pressure gauge?

      Compared with traditional dry shell pressure gauges, Glycerine filled pressure gauge has many advantages:

      Because it is filled with viscous fluid, Glycerine filled pressure gauge has a longer service life than traditional (non-hermetically sealed) gauges. Over time, this design advantage can reduce instrument costs and reduce unplanned downtime, thereby saving costs.

      The internal liquid can prevent severe temperature fluctuations and vibrations-this is the main factor in the failure of conventional instruments. Because they can suppress temperature peaks and vibrations, Glycerine filled pressure gauges are easier to read, resulting in higher accuracy and process control.

      In traditional meters, the formation of condensate can cause visibility problems. In a high-humidity environment, this can be a critical (and costly) flaw-an an unreadable meter is a worthless meter. As a solution to the effects of high humidity, the Glycerine-filled pressure gauge is designed to prevent moisture not only from entering the body shell but also inside the lens of the shell.

      Because their sealing and construction meet strict specifications, liquid-filled pressure gauges are often used in highly corrosive chemical processes or manufacturing or refining processes, and where products must be transported, stored, or handled under extreme temperature conditions.

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