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The Bourdon pressure gauge uses the principle that a flattened tube tends to straighten or regain its circular form in cross-section when ...

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Bourdon tube pressure gauges are developed, qualified and manufactured by WIKA themselves. We produce Bourdon tube pressure gauges in different ...

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Bourdon® as manufacturer provides a broad portfolio of pressure gauges, thermometers, pressure switches, temperature switches and matching accessories.

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Jul 7, 2016 ... Bourdon tube pressure gauges are the most frequently used mechanical pressure measuring instruments. Their pressure element is often ...

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Bourdon tube pressure gauges are the most common type in many areas and are used to measure medium to high pressures. They cover measuring spans from ...

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Jun 15, 2013 ... A brief example how bourdon pressure gauges work and where they are used. Note: A tire inflator had to be slaughtered to make this video.

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The Bourdon pressure gauge operates on the principle that, when pressurized, a flattened tube tends to straighten or regain its circular form in cross-section.

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Two types of pressure gauge(Left) A U-tube manometer, in which ... (Right) A Bourdon-tube gauge, in which a coiled tube, flattened into the cross section shown ...

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Sep 13, 2011 ... The bourdon pressure gauges used today have a slight elliptical cross-section and the tube is generally bent into a C-shape or arc length of ...