1-1/2 REC. GAUGE -40/160F
HONEYWELL RECEIVER GAGE, 11014. 1-1/2 DIAMETER. FOR RP920 & RP908. 1/8" NPT CENTER BACK CONNC. 10 RANGE, -40 TO 160 DEG F (-40/-40 C TO 100/70 C). HONEYWELL IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER M/F/V/D. NO AGENCY FEE.
The 11014 -40/160 PSI gauge is a top connection front mount model, with an outside diameter of 1.50". This pressure gauge has a durable brass case, chrome plated brass stem and black dial face that is easy to read and features plain English units for pressure readings.
These rec. gauges, used in calibration of Rec. Pressure Regulating Valves, consist of 2 parts a body threaded for connection to a pressure source; and a piston with 1/8" NPT fitting. They have an air pipette (Item No. 1250) for testing the regulator inlet pressure relative to that of atmospheric air. The gauge is calibrated by applying to the regulator inlet a pressure above that desired and then observing the movement of the piston against depression on the screw head. A significant change in this reading indicates that the regulator is not holding set pressure as expected.
The 11014 Series receiver gauge provides the finest in pressure control, as well as a conforming and differential pressure measurement. Pressures are corrected to atmospheric on-off control or modulating pressure control for precise process or instrument air applications.
You've got enough on your plate with your next project so let the Honeywell RP908 do the dirty work. It's ready to go out of the box and makes it easy to get perfect measurements every time. It's NIST-certified and can handle temperatures down to -40 to 160 degrees F, so you can use it on projects that require some pretty extreme conditions. There are no batteries required for this unit, making it a simple and straightforward piece of equipment that is cost-effective and efficient right from the start. If you've been looking for a way to
We sell our 11014 and1010 model in this form because the smaller 1010 was used first by Honeywell on their larger precision instruments. After World War II, Army Ordnance purchased a large quantity of our 1010 model transmitters to be used on ordinance test stands. Our principle enemy at that time was the Imperial Japanese Navy. Their military was very highly advanced, the most so after 1945.
When used in conjunction with any of the RP910B or RP910 receivers, the Receiver Gages provide a simple and convenient way to check size consistency in the work area. The gages are made of a clear plastic material with one end being marked and colored yellow.