Gauges

Gauges
A Pressure Gauge is an instrument that measures pressure. Used in almost every Fluid Power application.  Universal Power Conversion, Inc. (UPC) offers Pressure, Vacuum, Temperature and sight glass gauges from 10MM Dial (Face) to 4” Dial (Face) in ABS, 304 Stainless Steel and other case body materials. UPC also offers other instrumentation devices such as Flow Meters.  If you don’t see what you are looking for please contact UPC and we can source what you are looking for.
 

Type of Gauges:

  • 20 and 30 Series - ABS Style gauges with dial sizes from 1” to 4.0”. They have mounting options of Stem, Back, Front Flange, and U-Clamp, with brass 1/8” or 1/4” NPT Male Ports, and a Dual Scale Dial.
  • 40 Series - Stainless Steel gauges in 1.5” to 4”. They have mounting options of Stem, Back, Front Flange, and U-Clamp mounts, with brass 1/8”, 1/4” and ½” NPT Male Ports and a Dual Scale Dial.
  • 41 Series - Stainless Steel Industrial gauges in 2.5” with mounting options of Stem, Back, Front Flange, and U-Clamp mounts, with brass 1/4” NPT Male Ports and a Single Scale Dial. 
  • 54 Series - Stainless Steel Industrial gauges in 2.5” and 4” Face with the mounting options of Stem, Back, Front Flange, and U-Clamp mounts, with Stainless Steel 1/4” NPT Male Ports. Single Scale Dial.
  • 58 Series – Stainless/Welded Gauge is Stainless Steel, 4” Face that has a Stem mount with port connection at ½” NPT Male. Single Scale Dial.
  • 60 Series - Low Pressure Gauge made of painted black steel in 2.5″ and 4″. Bottom Mount only and ¼” Male NPT Ports. These gauges are designed for use with any medium not corrosive to bronze or brass and pressures up to 10 psi.
  • 80 Series – Ammonia Gauges have a Black Steel Case in 2.5″ and 4″. Bottom Mount only with ¼” Male NPT Ports. This rugged product employs a 316 Stainless Steel bourdon tube, ASME Grade A movement and a Stainless Steel socket all housed in a corrosive resistant painted steel case. 
 
10-20 Series
24-30 Series
40-41 Series
54-58 Series
60-80 Series
     



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