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Ashcroft Differential Pressure Gauges

Ashcroft Differential Pressure Gauges
Ashcroft
1130
±2% Ascending Accuracy

The Type 1130 uses a piston design where small migration of the process media is permissible.2 It is recommended for high differential and high static pressures, up to 6000 psi. Body...

Ashcroft
1131
±2% Ascending Accuracy

The Type 1131 is utilized for applications where migration of the process media is not permissible. The Type 1131 uses a rolling diaphragm design to separate the high and low-pressure ports to...

Ashcroft
5509

The Ashcroft® Type 5509 differential pressure gauge comes standard with 316SS wetted parts. This rugged gauge features an external zero adjust feature standard. Static pressure up to 360...

Ashcroft
1125
Grade A (±2-1-2% of span)

The Ashcroft® differential pressure gauge is an economical way to display the difference of two separate inputs on one dial indicator. The case style is similar to other Ashcroft gauges,...

Ashcroft
1127/1128 Series
Grade A (±2-1-2% of span)

When the process is corrosive to gauges with bronze/brass wetted parts an alternative was to isolate the gauge from the process with capillary and isolators or diaphragm seals. Now, when the...

Ashcroft
1132
±2% Ascending Accuracy

The Type 1132 uses a convoluted- diaphragm design with no migration of the process media. It is recommended for lower differential and high static pressures, up to 1500 psi. Body materials are...

Ashcroft
1133
±2% Ascending Accuracy

The Type 1133 uses a convoluted- diaphragm to sense low inches of water differentials while ensuring no migration of the process media. Maximum static pressures for ranges of 5 IWD and below is...

Ashcroft
1134
±2% Ascending Accuracy

The Type 1134 uses a convoluted- diaphragm design with no migration of the process media. It is recommended for low differential inches of water ranges. Body material is glass filled nylon with...

Ashcroft
5503

The Ashcroft® Type 5503 differential pressure gauge is available with ranges from 16 I.W.D. to 400 psi with optional static pressure to 3625 psi. Optional wetted parts includes Hastelloy C...