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The WIKA model 632.50 and 633.50 capsule pressure gauges are cutting-edge instruments meticulously crafted from stainless steel, rendering them a prime choice for a diverse range of applications within the process industry. These gauges capitalize on a proven capsule measuring system, where the expansion of the capsule element, directly proportional to the applied pressure, seamlessly transfers to the movement and is elegantly displayed on the dial. Built with adaptability in mind, the modular design of these pressure gauges offers an array of combinations involving case materials, process connections, nominal sizes, and scale ranges. This versatility ensures suitability across a wide spectrum of process industry applications, from chemical and petrochemical to pharmaceutical, biotechnology, machine, and power generation industries.
These pressure gauges cater to demanding environments, accurately measuring gaseous, dry, and aggressive media, including situations with aggressive surroundings. The model 633.50 further boasts a liquid-filled case that excels in handling high dynamic pressure loads and vibrations, enhancing reliability and precision. With a selection of scale ranges spanning from 0 … 2.5 mbar to 0 … 600 mbar or 0 … 1 inH2O to 0 … 240 inH2O, as well as vacuum and +/- scale options, these gauges cover a broad spectrum of measurement needs. The innovative zero point correction in the front ensures consistent accuracy. For seamless integration, the capsule pressure gauges can be fitted with a mounting flange or a triangular profile ring and mounting bracket, ideal for installation in control panels.
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