Diaphragm pressure gauge

Diaphragm pressure gauge is a type of pressure gauge that uses a diaphragm to measure pressure. The diaphragm is usually made of a thin, flexible material such as metal or elastomer. When pressure is applied to one side of the diaphragm, it deflects, causing a movement that is transmitted to a gauge indicator or transmitter.

Diaphragm pressure gauges are often used in applications where the pressure medium is aggressive or corrosive to the gauge material. The use of plastic materials, such as PP or PVDF, for the body of the gauge allows it to be resistant to corrosive materials.

Diaphragm pressure gauges can be used to measure the pressure of liquids, gases, and vapors. They are commonly used in chemical processing, pharmaceuticals, food and beverage processing, and water treatment industries.

Technical parameters of Diaphragm pressure gauge:
Material: PP, PVDF
Interface size: RC1/2″, PVDF material can be specially customized
Dial diameter: 60mm, PVDF material dial head is split type, can be equipped with metal head, dial diameter can be customized according to requirements
Measurement range: 0.25-1.6MPA