What is Phenolic Case Pressure Gauge

A pressure gauge measures the intensity of a fluid, gas, water, or steam, ensuring no leaks or pressure changes would negatively affect the system. A pressure system operates within a specific pressure range, has been in use for over a century, and is constantly modified to meet the needs of new applications. Pressure gauges have become necessary as more pressure systems are operational.

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A durable phenolic housing characterizes BCST phenolic case pressure gauges. Phenolic is a resin based on phenol and aldehydes which can be used in corrosive and hazardous environments. They are usually made with stainless steel wetted parts, which provide corrosion resistance. Phenolic indicators have a high level of operator safety. The safety design is between the pressure sensing element and the window, with a solid wall between them. Normally, the back blow protects the user from liquids and particles in the event of a malfunction.

The gauges can also be filled with a dampening fluid, preventing condensation and corrosive atmospheres from damaging the internal parts. Most phenolic case pressure gauges have a micro-adjustable needle, which allows the hand to be adjusted when the zero is incorrect.

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BCST phenolic case pressure gauge has a safety pattern and is corrosion resistant making it suitable for corrosive environments. In addition, these gauges resist the harshest conditions, such as those created by hydrogen sulfide and high viscosity fluids, and do not crystallize. Nevertheless, it is recommended that phenolic gauges be used between -40°C and +70°C.

Various industries extensively use pressure gauges for monitoring and calibrating pressure applications. In most cases, they are designed and configured to meet the industry’s specific needs for precise data. Regardless of the heavy use of pressure gauges, it is essential to carefully consider all factors related to a pressure gauge when deciding to install one. Choosing the correct gauge to measure your process needs accurately can avoid problems associated with gauge malfunctions. Phenolic pressure gauges are generally used in chemical, petrochemical, food, plastic, paper manufacturing, oceanographic engineering, and other aggressive environments. It is also widely utilized in a refinery, fertilizer, pharmaceutical, power, cement, oil, sugar, pulp, and paper.

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BCST Group, founded in 2000, specializes in the research, development, and production of valve automation and process instruments.Our product range includes easy-to-install, low-cost cast models to high-end units capable of withstanding high temperatures and pressures.So contact us, and let’s work together. Reach out to one of our experienced engineering teams today, and we’ll find custom-tailored solutions that meet your needs. BCST is your premier phenolic case pressure, gauge manufacturer.

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