Swagelok® Pressure Gauges, General Purpose Gauge with ECE R110 Approval (PGN Series)
Get accurate pressure measurements in compressed natural gas vehicle applications with gauges that are ECE R110 certified.Request More Information
PGN series gauges are general purpose pressure gauges ECE R110 certified for use in compressed natural gas vehicles. They have a polycarbonate lens for additional protection.
50 and 63 mm (2 and 2 1/2 in.) dial sizes are available and have a dial range of 0 to 40 MPa (400 bar, 6000 psi). The orifice size is 0.023 in. (0.58 mm).
Options include a brass end connection with Bourdon tube (50 mm [2 in.] gauge[model 50] only), a transducer output available on 50 mm gauge with brass end connections and calibration and material certifications.
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Features: ECE R110 approval for use on compressed natural gas vehicles; 50 and 63 mm (2 and 2 1/2 in.) dial sizes; Orifice: 0.023 in. (0.58 mm); Polycarbonate lens for additional protection; Transducer output available on 50 mm gauge with brass end connections
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