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Water Pressure Gauge and Water Flow Rate Meter, Test Gauge Type, 0 to 160 psi, 0 to 13 gpm Range, 2-
- Item # 9JEE7
- Mfr. Model # MO-10060
- UNSPSC # 41112501
- Catalog Page # 824
- Shipping Weight 1.8 lbs.
- Item Water Pressure Gauge and Water Flow Rate Meter
- Gauge Type Test
- Dial Size 2-1/2"
- Range 0 to 160 psi, 0 to 13 gpm
- Connection Size 3/4" Female Hose Thread
- Connection Location Inline
- Smallest Graduation 5 psi/0.5 gpm
- Graduations 5 psi/0.5 gpm
- Accuracy +/-3%
- Case Material Steel
- Case Color Black
- Socket Material Brass
- Tube Material Copper Alloy
- Lens Material Plastic
- Ring Material Black Steel
- Operating Temp. Range -40 Degrees to 150 Degrees F
- Characteristics Analog Flow
- For Use With Hose Bib
- Calibration Certificate None
- Series MO10060
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