water gauge


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water gauge

A manometer filled with water.
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To complete the package, the nice folks at Professional Equipment also offer a protective case for the comprehensive water gauge, for a measly $19.95.
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.
Cofpa fabrics have a broad range of air permeability - ranging from 50-1500 CFM (under 1/2 inch water gauge) or 800-25000[m.sup.3]/[m.sup.2]/[h.sup.*] (under 100 Pa).
The level gradually declined during fall, drying early in 1986 (water gauge x = 38.4 cm) followed by heavy fall rains.
Water Gauge: A glass tube that covers the safe range of the boiler's water level.
* The series delivers 300 cfm at 1.5 iwg (inches of water gauge) which is a 24% increase in airflow over previous models with the same package configuration.
Glove boxes are factory leak-tested with a mass spectrometer while pressurized with helium at 1 inch of water gauge with no detectable leaks greater than 1 x 10-6 ml/second.
The level of the solution in the container is usually indicated by a water gauge. Keep the level between the maximum and minimum marks on the gauge, adding clean, fresh, lukewarm water when necessary.