pressure gage

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n pressure gage gauge for measuring and indicating fluid pressure
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Usage

In literature:

Once more Ned glanced at the pressure gage.
"Tom Swift and his Great Searchlight" by Victor Appleton
The gage registered a heavy pressure.
"Five Thousand Miles Underground" by Roy Rockwood
There were numerous gages to tell the depth to which the ship had sunk, the steam pressure, density of the water, and other necessary details.
"Under the Ocean to the South Pole" by Roy Rockwood
It is important that the pressure gage be accurate.
"Engineering Bulletin No 1: Boiler and Furnace Testing" by Rufus T. Strohm
It will therefore be necessary to place at these points compound gages capable of registering both pressure and vacuum.
"Steam Turbines" by Hubert E. Collins
See the pressure gage; it's way down.
"The Finding of Haldgren" by Charles Willard Diffin
The latent heat of steam at 90 pounds gage pressure is 881 heat units.
"Steam Engines" by Anonymous
Then open right-hand air valve, turn fluid-pressure regulator until gage shows 5 lbs.
"Advanced Toy Making for Schools" by David M. Mitchell
Pressure Gages for two gasoline tanks 6.
"The Boy Volunteers with the French Airmen" by Kenneth Ward
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In news:

Pressure gage includes data logger function.
Pressure gage includes data logger function.
Precision pressure test gages.
Sensortechnics' new KMA series measures gage pressures of corrosive and aggressive gases and liquids in ranges from 500 mbar to 100 bar (7 to 1450 psi).
Sensortechnics' HCLA pressure sensors measure ultra-low gage or differential pressures from 2.5 mbar Full Scale.
The 1200 Series (ASME grade 2A) pressure gages provide the capabilities necessary to monitor pressures in nearly every type of process.
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