water gauge


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water gauge

A manometer filled with water.
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Despite its scruffy appearance, the comprehensive water gauge is a simple device that does exactly what it was designed to do.
This device covers the pressure ranges from zero to 1m up to zero to 250m water gauge, with the measuring interval being programmable from 2 seconds to 24 hours.
This is determined by the water level in the glass water gauge or sight gauge.
Other features include a built-in water gauge and an automatic shutoff feature, which immediately cuts the heat when the kettle's contents reach a rolling boil.
A water gauge was established in a ditch on Moccasin Pond in 1984 to provide year-to-year comparison of water depth, but recording interval was highly variable due to personnel changes and distance to the site.
Metropolitan's new online water gauge is part of a comprehensive effort to inform its customers and the general public and draw attention to the ongoing and permanent need to save water.
It's cordless and the water gauge has an LED display.
The steam gauge and water gauge glasses were in plain sight of the fireman and engineer.
The boxes are factory leak tested with a mass spectrometer while pressurized with helium at 5" of water gauge.