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Perma-Cal PER-200FTM90A01 6-Inch Seawater Depth Test Gauge 0.25% Accuracy 350 FSW / 100 MSW

SKU: PER-200FTM90A01 Rate this product

List Price: $380.00

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Overview

Specifications:

  • Product Type: Seawater Depth Gauge
  • Depth Rating: 350 FSW / 100 MSW
  • Accuracy: 0.25% Full Scale (Calibration Certification Included)
  • Dial Size: 6 inch (External Zero Adjust Included)
  • Dial Trim Material: Stainless Steel with Mirror Band
  • Case Type: Front Flange
  • Pointer Type: Test (Knife-Edged, Precision Reading)
  • Case Color: Black
  • Fitting Position: Rear
  • Fitting Type: 1/4 in. NPT

The dial size shown in the photos may not reflect the actual PSI range.

Description

Perma-Cal 4.5-Inch Seawater Depth Test Gauge with 0.25% Accuracy Dual Scale 350 FSW / 100 MSW. This gauge has 1/4 in. NPT, front flange, rear fitting, stainless steel trim with mirror band; it includes dampening and external zero adjust. It comes in a black case and includes the NIST calibration certificate.

The dial size shown in the photos may not reflect the actual PSI range.

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  • Do Perma-Cal gauges conform to any standard and do they come with any certs?

    Yes, Perma-Cal gauges conform to ASME B40.1 and come with a calibration cert traceable to NIST. 

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  • I will be using my gauge inside a submarine and would like to know if I can expose my gauge to seawater to give me a depth reading?
    Yes, you can expose the internal components to seawater but you will reduce the gauge life expectancy. However, if you order your gauge with Nicrobraze, the life of the gauge will be extended by several years.
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  • What is Nicrobraze?
    Nicrobraze is a type of filler metal used during the brazing process. Nicrobraze is more corrosion resistant compared to standard silver solder so when a gauge is going to be used in a corrosive environment, the manufacturer recommends switching over to this type of soldering material.
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