Rugged relative pressure vacuum gauges based on the Bourdon principle covering the pressure range from 1 to 1020 mbar (0.75 to 765 Torr).
The inside of a tube which is bent into a circular arc (the so-called Bourdon tube) is connected to the vacuum system. Due to the effect of the external atmospheric pressure, the end of the tube bends more or less during the evacuation process. This actuates the pointer arrangement which is attached to this point. The corresponding pressure can be read off on a linear scale. With Bourdon gauges it is possible to roughly determine pressures between 10 mbar (7.5 Torr) and atmospheric pressure.
Advantages to the User
- Highly reliable, rugged, insensitive to vibrations
- Linear readout, independent of the type of gas
- Vacuum distillation
- Drying processes
- Vacuum conveying systems