Accessories

Accessories
Pressure Snubbers are used with water, air, gases, and oils. Mounting Kits for Magnehelic gages, Strap Wrenches for uncommonly shaped objects, and Tubing in materials like rubber, aluminum, Norprene and more are available. Static Pressure Tip Sensors are used for different products.
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  1. Series PS Pressure Snubber
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    Dampens surges, Protects Pressure Instrumentation Pressure Snubber fo ...
    Starting at $25.00
  2. Model A-464 Flush Mount Kit for Magnehelic® Gage
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    Ideal for Clean Rooms & Control Panels Flush Mount Kit for Magneh ...
    Starting at $26.25
  3. Model A-465 Flush Mount Space Pressure Sensor
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    Ideal for Clean Rooms Flush Mount Space Pressure Sensor which is a so ...
    Starting at $13.00
  4. Gage Tubing Accessories
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    Tubing for Variations of Applications PVC, rubber, aluminum, flexib ...
    Starting at $0.45
  5. STATIC PRESSURE TIPS & ACCESSORIES
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    These are static pressure tips used with manometers, gages, switches, ...
    Starting at $2.00
  6. Series A-170 316 Stainless Steel Siphons
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    Stainless Steel, MNPT connection 316 Stainless Steel Siphons are us ...
    Starting at $27.00
  7. Series A-169 Carbon Steel Siphons
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    Carbon Steel, MNPT Connection Carbon Steel Siphons are used with pr ...
    Starting at $14.50
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Questions

Question
How do I hook up my Magnehelic® gage for an air velocity application with a pitot tube?
Answer
In our Application Guides on flow products, we explain very well how to take air velocity readings. The total pressure connection on the pitot tube is connected to one of the high pressure ports on the gage. The other high pressure port is plugged. The static pressure connection on the pitot tube is connected to one of the low pressure ports on the gage. The other low pressure port is plugged.
Question
Trying to measure differential pressure between OSA and indoors. Using transmitters with a range of +25pa to -25pa. Monitoring pressure variations occur from basically 0pa to 20pa over a short period of time (15 to 30 sec) Building is basically closed during testing, suspect OSA fluctuating due to winds? eddy currents etc. Any ideas, Building under positive pressure is critical for safety reasons Any ideas?
Answer
Whenever you are using outside air for a static pressure reference, fluctuations in outside conditions can cause erratic differential pressure readings. By using one of our outdoor static reference probes, you can diminish the influence of outdoor weather on your reading.
Question
What is the difference between the PS224 snubber with it's 2-5 µm mesh and the PS225 snubber for pulsating gas. (What is the mesh size of the PS225 and are there other differences from the PS224?)
Answer
The main difference between the PS224 and PS225 is the micron rating. The PS224 for air and gas service has a micron rating of 2-5 microns. The PS225 for pulsating gas has a micron rating of 1 micron.