Pressure Gauges and Accessories
Industrial Pressure Gauges
General Industrial & Hydraulic Pressure Gauges are for use on non corrosive applications where the medium will not attack brass or bronze.
Liquid Filled Pressure Gauges
Protect against pulsation and vibration with liquid filled gauges. Available in stainless steel cases with brass or 316 stainless steel wetted parts for corrosive applications.
Low Pressure Gauges
Low pressure gauge operated by a capsule system and only suitable for use on air and some gases. Pressure ranges from -2.5-0 kPa up to 0-60 kpa pressure or vacuum.
At Floyds we are able to offer a manufacture, restoration and repair service to suit old existing machinery.
For use on industrial refrigeration equipment and can be offered to suit all refrigeration gases.
Precision test gauges manufactured to the highest standard in quality. Used for the testing of industrial gauges or equipment of the same standard.
Refinery Oil & Chemical Pressure Gauges
Refinery Oil & Chemical Pressure Gauges - stainless steel robust construction for corrosive applications where brass is not suitable. Widely used within the oil and chemical industries.
Safety Pattern Pressure Gauges
These gauges are generally used within the gas industry are designed with operator safety in mind in case of a bourdon tube rupture and that no projectiles will blow out from the front of the gauge.
Differential Pressure Gauges
All stainless steel construction in 100mm and 160mm dial sizes. Differential pressure ranges from 0-25 mBar up to 0-25 Bar with maximum static pressures up to 100 Bar.
Digital pressure and temperature gauges in 100mm diameter, stainless steel IP65 cases.
Duplex Pressure Gauges
The duplex gauge is most commonly known as a dual pressure gauge, consisting of two independent bourdon tube systems with two independent pointers within the one gauge.
Diaphragm seals are for use on corrosive and non-corrosive applications, where the medium may contain solids or solidify which would cause the normal bourdon tubes to be blocked and unserviceable.
Schaffer Diaphragm Pressure Gauges
Most commonly used as a tank contents gauge due to it being able to operate at low pressures and on liquids. Also used on mediums that contain solids that may block a standard gauge.
Suitable for use down to depths of 1200 metres of water and in hyperbaric conditions.
Pressure, temperature or a combination of both can be offered with these recorders with an option of a 1, 4,12, 24 hour or 7 day mechanical clock.
To be used in conjunction with a pressure gauge when the process is steam.
Snubber - Pulsation
Snubbers (Pulsation Dampners) are used in line with a pressure gauge to suppress line pulsations and keep the pointer steady.