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Pressure Gauge: Triple Scale 40PSI

Original price was: ₹471.Current price is: ₹425.

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This triple scale gauge is the ideal range to read pressures for pressurized fermentation. The Pressure gauge gives readings in Bar, PSI and kPA. So ideal for those following European, American or Indian brewing guides.

The 0-40PSI scale means that unlike the traditional 0-200psi scale in the market, it is easier to make accurate readings and control the beer line pressure. It is also used in pressure fermenting along with blowtie spundling valve. 

 

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The barb on this gauge will enable you to put this directly onto hosing or alternatively you can connect it to any of the push-in fittings such as the Duotight push in fittings in the 8mm (5/16″) Size. It can be used with both CO2 and N2 pressure lines. However, don’t connect it with main tank as these are designed for up to 40PSI pressure only.

Specificatoins:

  • 0-40psi / 0-250kPa / 0-2.5 Bar (kg/cm^2)
  • Rubber Coated
  • 8mm Push in Barb

8 reviews for Pressure Gauge: Triple Scale 40PSI

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Thiruppathi P

Good quality from Kegland, delivered quickly by Arishtam

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alokskg

I hv received these two gauges showing 2psi. Earlier I also bought it , but was normal showing 0 . Is it defective?

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1-5 of 8 reviews
  1. Works well. Be careful not to scratch the brass(?) stem while removing it from another fitting. Multi-tool with the Duotight-removing cutout is recommended for this.

  2. Good quality from Kegland, delivered quickly by Arishtam

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  3. Excellent

  4. Very good

  5. I hv received these two gauges showing 2psi. Earlier I also bought it , but was normal showing 0 .
    Is it defective?

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    • Alok It might be an offset error. Please try to mount it on your pressure system and check.

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