Diaphragm absolute pressure gauge

Diaphragm absolute pressure gauge are evacuated cells for use in aneroid barometers and altimeters. The spring action of the membranes and the load of the external air pressure are in balance. A change in air pressure causes a corresponding change in height of the can. The change in the height of the can is transmitted via a pointer train to the display of a barometer or altimeter. If the stroke is not sufficient, several absolute pressure cells can be assembled into a set of cells.

Absolute pressure measuring gauges are evacuated and hermetically sealed and are used to measure air pressure and altitude.

We supply absolute pressure cans and can sets in various diameters and strokes, and with silver-colored vaporization on request. We also manufacture temperature-compensated socket sets for use in weather stations.

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