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DMS600 Series 100mm Subsea Pressure Gauges for up to 4,000m

DMS600 Series 100mm Subsea Pressure Gauges for up to 4,000m

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The DMS600 series are bourdon tube style pressure gauges suitable for subsea installation up to 4000m using the Ultra Deep gauge. The case of this gauge is machined from a solid stainless steel block and is capable of withstanding an external pressure of 400 bar. The bourdon tube design is suitable for all gaseous and liquid media that are not highly viscous and that will not solidify, crystallize, attack or corrode 316 Stainless Steel.

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Features
  • Suitable for immersion down to a depth of 4,000m
  • Measurement range 0-10 Bar up to 0-1000 Bar
  • 1/2" BSP or NPT process connection, located to rear or base of gauge.
  • Operating temperature range of -20 to +60°C (media -20 to + 150°C)
  • 316 Stainless Steel Housing with a toughened float glass window
The product builder provides pricing for the standard pressure range gauges. Other ranges are available on request with pricing only available on application. Please contact us directly for further information.

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Price range : £3,593.75 - £3,799.56

Price as configured: £3,593.75

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Description       100mm DMS 600 Series Subsea Pressure Gauge. Bourdon style gauge for measuring gaseous and liquid media compatible with 316 Stainless Steel. Casing and all wetted parts are 316 Stainless Steel with a toughened float glass window to view display. Suitable immersion in up to 4000m in sea water.