Capsule element pressure gauge

Capsule element pressure gauges are used to measure air and dry gases at low pressures. They cover measuring spans from 2.5 mbar to 600 mbar. The measuring element consists of two metal diaphragms soldered together to form a cylindrical bellows chamber. This capsule element expands when the pressure inside the element is higher than the external pressure, and it contracts when the internal pressure is lower. This motion is proportional to the pressure to be measured, and it is coupled to the pointer mechanism.

Capsule element pressure gauge type MKE

  • Nominal size
    63, 100 and 160 mm
  • Display ranges
    0...2.5 mbar to 0...600 mbar (unfilled)
    0...100 mbar to 0...600 mbar (filled)
  • Mechanical design
    Bayonet ring case
  • Case filling
    None or glycerine
  • Connection material
    Brass or stainless steel
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