The measuring principle of the Bourdon Manometer is extremely simple; pressure acts inside a spiral spring, composed by a tube with an ellipsoidal section, whose stretching is proportional to the pressure itself
The pressure to be measured acts on a spiral spring inside a flattened tube and the distension is proportional to the pressure itself. The spiral rotates and linked to a gauge provides the desired measurement.
||Air or glycerin
||0 – 1 bar; 0 – 2,5 bar; 0 – 4 bar; 0 – 6 bar; 0 – 10 bar
||1% standard; upon request: 0,5% f.s. and 0,25% f.s.
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