What Is a Pressure Gauge?


Gauge pressure is the pressure difference between a system and the surrounding atmosphere. Pressure gauges measurement ranges include; positive pressure, differential pressure, vacuum measurement, compound measurement, sealed pressure and absolute pressure. It is mainly used for a variety of industrial and application-specific pressure monitoring applications.
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pressure gauge
an instrument for measuring the pressure of a gas or liquid.
an instrument used to determine the pressure in the bore or chamber of a gun when the charge explodes.
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A pressure gauge is an instrument used for measuring the pressure of a fluid i.e. liquid or gas. A good example is the tire pressure gauge for measuring the pressure of tires. Some pressure gauges can measure the magnitude or pressure of explosions.
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