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Pressure GaugeProcess Gauge Type, 0 to 160 psi Range, 4-1/2" Dial Size
- Item # 1X601
- Mfr. Model # 1980
- NSN # 5950-01-180-0113
- UNSPSC # 41112403
- Catalog Page # N/A
- Shipping Weight 2.1 lbs.
- ItemPressure Gauge
- Gauge TypeProcess
- Dial Size4-1/2"
- Range0 to 160 psi
- Connection Size1/2" ANPT
- Connection LocationLower
- Smallest Graduation1 psi
- Case MaterialPET (Polyethylene Terephthalate)
- Case ColorBlack
- Socket MaterialBrass
- Tube MaterialPhosphor Bronze
- Filled WithLiquid
- Lens MaterialAcrylic
- Ring MaterialThreaded Polypropylene
- Operating Temp. Range-40 Degrees to 190 Degrees F
- For Use WithChemical, petroleum processing
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