Dwyer Series 2000 Magnehelic® Differential Pressure Gages

 

Dwyer Series 2000 Magnehelic® Differential Pressure Gages

Dwyer Company Headquarters is in Michigan City, Indiana. Dwyer uses advances computer modeling software to simulate real world situations, creating more accurate measurement techniques in our products. Innovative product designs have been recognized by industry experts, including ACHR Dealer Design Awards in the Testing and Monitoring category for 2014 and 2015. Dwyer has invested in state of the art research and development facilities for best in class product testing and verification. Dwyer has a long history of innovation in designing and manufacturing our own measurement sensors that provide superior product performance.

We work tirelessly to get it right. That's why Dwyer holds over 650 technical patents and that number grows every year. We are an enthusiastic group of people headquartered in Michigan City, Indiana with satellite locations around the globe. We take great pride in the intellect and integrity of our employees who are passionate about the work we do, the products we develop and the industries we serve.

Dwyer Series 2000 Magnehelic® Differential Pressure Gages

Known for quality, reliability and accuracy, Dwyer designs and manufactures a full-line of Controllers, Data Loggers, Gages, Manometers, Monitors, Remote Displays, Switches, Transmitters, and Accessories to measure, monitor and control pressure, air velocity, flow, fan pressure, duct, and more.

Dwyer’s wide selection extends to Gages, Transmitters, Switches, Data Loggers, and Monitors for Differential Pressure. Dwyer manufactures a range of dial and digital gages to reliably measure and display pressure difference, between two pressure sources using gas or liquid in a process flow.

Pressure, flow and piston-type gages are all found within this category. Clean design, small size and low cost with enough accuracy for all but the most demanding applications, these gages are the best around. Gages are indicators for the difference between two pressures or simply a single pressure.

Select the Series 2000 Magnehelic® Differential Pressure Gages for a versatile low differential pressure gage with a wide choice of 81 models and 27 options to choose from. Using Dwyer’s simple, frictionless Magnehelic® gage movement, it quickly indicates air or noncorrosive gas pressures--either positive, negative (vacuum) or differential. The design resists shock, vibration, over-pressures and is weatherproof to IP67. Select the -HA High Accuracy Magnehelic® Gage option for an accuracy within 1% of full scale, located below in the Product Configurator. Also included with the –HA option at no extra cost are a mirrored scale overlay and a 6 point calibration certificate.

Features

  • Easy to read gage through undistorted plastic face permits viewing from far away
  • Patented design provides quick response to pressure changes means no delay in assessing critical situations
  • Durable and rugged housing and high-quality components combine to provide longservice life and minimized down-time
  • High accuracy option is twice as accurate as the standard Magnehelic® gage.
  • Bezel provides flange for flush mounting in panel.

Application

  • Filter Monitoring
  • Air Velocity with Dwyer Pitot Tube
  • Blower Vacuum Monitoring
  • Fan Pressure Indication
  • Duct, Room or Building Pressures
  • Clean Room Positive Pressure Indication

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Specification

ServiceAir and non-combustible, compatible gases (natural gas option available). Note: May be used with hydrogen.
Wetted MaterialsConsult factory.
HousingDie cast aluminum case and bezel, with acrylic cover, Exterior finish is coated gray to withstand 168 hour salt spray corrosion test.
Accuracy±2% (-HA model ±1) of FS (±3% (-HA ±1.5%) on -0, -100PA, -125PA, -10MM and ±4% (-HA ±2%) on -00, -60PA, -6MM ranges), throughout range at 70°F (21.1°C).
Enclosure RatingIP67.
Size4" (101.6 mm) diameter dial face.

Download Data Sheet: Series 2000 Magnehelic® Differential Pressure Gages

Ref: dwyer-inst.com

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