|Model||UT-800 / UT-835, SW-800 /SW-835|
Gang Manometer means more then one manometer accommodated in common casing to facilitate different processes pressure indication at one place .
It can be U-tube type or Single Limb well type .
Upto 10 Manometers can be accommodated in one Gang Manometer.
Ranges as desired by user in required units can be manufactured.
|Use||To measure static pressure of water flowing in horizontal pipe|
U Tube Manometer is accurate, simple and economical instrument for measurement of positive pressure, negative pressure, differential pressure, vacuum, flow etc.
U Tube Manometers indicate pressure as the vertical distance from the top of the fluid in one leg to the top of the fluid in the other leg.
Scales are graduated from center zero towards each end and the distances travelled by liquid from zero are added.
There is no loss of accuracy if the two distances are different because of slight tube bore difference.
The units of measure commonly used are mmW.g., inch W.g., mm Hg, Inch Hg, kg/cm 2, PSIG, mbar, Pa, Flow Units etc.
UT-212: wall or front of panel mounting type
UT-235: Stand mounted i.e Self-standing type
UT -250: Wooden board mounted U-tube manometer
UT- PU: U-tube manometer using polyurethane tube in place of glass tube
PBM-UT: One piece acrylic plastic body U-tube Manometer
HUT- 291: U-tube manometer with attached 3 valve manifold or 5 valve manifold unit
|Minimum Divisions Available||0.5mm, 0.2mm, 0.1mm|
|Measuring Range||50-0-50 mmHg|
|Use||Use for accurate measurement of process vacuum in its last stages|
Model Available :
|Accuracy||Better than +-0.1 % of ES|
|Display||16 Character X 2 Line LCD Module|
|Sensor Range||0.3-5000 PSI|
|Use||To precisely measure pressure, vacuum, differentials pressure flow and liquid level|
|Use||To measure fluid flow in ducts and tubes|
In industry where in, the velocities being measured are often those flowing in ducts and tubing where measurements by an anemometer would be difficult to obtain.
In these kinds of measurements, the most practical instrument to use is the Telenin pitot tube.
The pitot tube can be inserted through a small hole in the duct with the pitot connected to a U-tube water gauge or inclined tube manometer or digital manometer or differential pressure gauge for determining the velocity inside the ducted wind tunnel.
One use of this technique is to determine the amount of cooling that is being delivered to a room.
The fluid flow rate in a duct can then be estimated from:
Volume flow rate (cubic feet per minute) = duct area (square feet) × velocity (feet per minute) Volume flow rate (cubic meters per second) = duct area (square meters) × velocity (meters per second)