Ashcroft 1008S Analog Pressure Gauge
Analog pressure gauge features stainless steel cases & are available in 40, 50, 63 and 100mm sizes
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- Patented PowerFlex movement
- Optional PLUS!™ Performance
- All stainless steel welded construction
- ±3-2-3% of span (ASME, Grade B) accuracy
- True Zero pointer indication
- Ventable plug
- MSL helium leak tested to 1X10- 6 ATM - cc/sec
- Meets ASME B40.100 and EN837-1 standards
- RoHS compliant
- 1-year limited warranty
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The Ashcroft 1008S analog pressure gauge features stainless steel cases and is available in 40, 50, 63 and 100mm sizes making them ideal whenever space limitations and atmospheric and process corrosion exists.
Incorporating the tried and true performance and quality for which Ashcroft gauges are known, the Ashcroft 1008S analog pressure gauge is available in ranges from vacuum to 15,000 psi, including compound and metric ranges. Standard connections include 1/8, 1/4 and 1/2 inch NPT fittings that can be located on the lower portion or back of the Ashcroft 1008S analog pressure gauge. A ventable plug can be sealed or vented depending on the environment. Patented PowerFlex movement and optional glycerin fill make the Ashcroft 1008S analog pressure gauge an outstanding choice for vibration, shock, and pulsation applications.
Ashcroft 1008S analog pressure gauges, in 63 and 100mm dial sizes, are also available with a PLUS!™ Performance option. PLUS!™ Performance is a new, exclusive technology which provides liquid-filled performance in a dry gauge. PLUS!™ Performance advantages over standard dry gauges include dampened vibration and pulsation resulting in a steadier pointer and an easier to read gauge. PLUS!™ Performance advantages over liquid filled gauges include lower cost, no leakage, no fill lines, wider temperature range, and easier recalibration.