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2 1/2" dial, liquid filled, 1/4" NPT bottom, 0-30 PSI
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2 1/2" dial, liquid filled, 1/4" NPT bottom, 0-30 PSI

Item #: WBB454116

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2 1/2" dial, liquid filled, 1/4" NPT bottom, 0-30 PSI

Where vibration, corrosion and pulsating conditions exist , the Weiss line of stainless steel cased liquid filled pressure gauges are designed to meet the most severe applications. Available in 2 1/2" and 4"T brass connection. 2 1/2" dial ANSI B40.1 Grade B 4" dial ANSI B40.1 Grade A.

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    • MANUFACTURER PART NUMBERLF251-030-4L
    • WINDOW CONSTRUCTIONAcrylic
    • BRANDWeiss Instruments
    • ACCURACYANSI B40.1 GradeB,2 Percent
    • RANGE0-30PSI

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Great for hydronic heat systems.

Your review: Most boiler "tridicator" gauges have a pressure scale that is too broad for good system monitoring or pressure adjustment. This gauge has the size and scale value range needed for most low-pressure hydronic heat systems. Using a separate gauge allows you to locate it in an easy to read location. The oil-filled version dampens indicator vibration.

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Your review: There was an instruction on the gauge to pierce a black round rubber part with a needle. The gauge works fine without having to pierce the part, so why does the manufacturer instruct me to pierce it? Very confusing.

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