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Gegevens
The DA75 has been developed to measure pressure on ammonia installations. The unit is unique in a way that the suction as well as the discharge can be read-out on the same gauge simultaneously.

The pressure gauge is built in a stainless steel housing and filled with glycerin, which ensures long lasting reliable operation of the manometer. The seal between the plastic window and the housing prevents leakage by a bayonet catch with a rubber ring.

Surges in pressure that can occur with temperature differences of the glycerine are automatically compensated by a special bellows. A safety blow off valve is fitted on top to guard against explosion.

As measuring element an elastic stainless steel bourdon tube is used, welded to a large stainless steel junction.

The DA75 is only available in a size of 100mm. As an option a back flange can be supplied. The gauge is delivered with 1/2″ BSP connections, other connections are available on request.

A R717 temperature scale is standard on the unit and this dial can also be provided with company logos.

DA75

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Serienummer: DA75
Technical specifications
Type: DA75
Housing: rvs 304
Dimensions: volgens DIN 16064
Front connection: rvs 303, standaard 1/2 BSP, andere aansluitingen mogelijk
Measure range: Overbreng- : messing met nieuwzilver mecha nisme draaidelen, deze combinatie is slijtvast een loopt zonder schok ken Meetbereik : zuigdruk -1/+12 Bar persdruk -1/+30 Bar oliedruk -1/+12 Bar andere bereiken leverbaar
Sealing: bajonet sluiting, rubberring op brede afdichtrand
Window: onbreekbaar macrolon
Dial: wit aluminium, drukschaal in zwart volgens DIN
Measuring element: rvs 316 argonarc homogeen gelast, veer is thermisch en mechanisch verouderd
Accuracy: DIN klasse 1,6
Gegevens
The DA75 has been developed to measure pressure on ammonia installations. The unit is unique in a way that the suction as well as the discharge can be read-out on the same gauge simultaneously.

The pressure gauge is built in a stainless steel housing and filled with glycerin, which ensures long lasting reliable operation of the manometer. The seal between the plastic window and the housing prevents leakage by a bayonet catch with a rubber ring.

Surges in pressure that can occur with temperature differences of the glycerine are automatically compensated by a special bellows. A safety blow off valve is fitted on top to guard against explosion.

As measuring element an elastic stainless steel bourdon tube is used, welded to a large stainless steel junction.

The DA75 is only available in a size of 100mm. As an option a back flange can be supplied. The gauge is delivered with 1/2″ BSP connections, other connections are available on request.

A R717 temperature scale is standard on the unit and this dial can also be provided with company logos.