gage pressure


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gage pressure

[′gāj ‚presh·ər]
(mechanical engineering)
The amount by which the total absolute pressure exceeds the ambient atmospheric pressure.
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By convention, the ASHRAE Handbook (2009) defines the leakage class 'CL' as the leakage rate in mL/s per [m.sup.2] of duct surface area, at a static gage pressure of 1 Pa.
These compact absolute and gage pressure sensors measure pressure from 15 to 3000 psi and are offered with multiple mechanical and electrical connections.
The HDI series offers absolute, differential, and gage pressure measurement in various ranges from 10 mbar up to 10 bar (4" [H.sub.2]O up to 150 psi).