1032 Fractional Sanitary Pressure Gauge

The Ashcroft® 1032 fractional sanitary gauge used for satisfying stringent sanitary requirements. The design provides minimal deadleg, while the self-draining enclosure is ideal for washdown operations. An ideal solution when process measurement and integrity are necessary.

Key Features:
  • Compact design
  • Clean or steam in place (CIP/SIP)
  • FlutterGuardTM (option) reduces movement wear and eliminates pointer flutter;extends product life and allows easy gauge readability 
Specifications:
  • Accuracy: ┬▒3% full scale (upscale) / ┬▒5% full scale (downscale)
  • Pressure Ranges: Compound, 0 ... 2 bar to 0 ... 40 bar
  • Dial size: 2", stainless steel case
  • Tri-Clamp® fitting: 3/4" 
  • Wetted material: electropolished diaphragm (12 to 20 Ra surface finish)
  • All-welded 316L stainless steel construction 
  • Dry, liquid-filled or hermetically sealed versions

The 1032 fractional sanitary pressure gauge is ideal where system integrity and reliable pressure measurement is essential:

Industrial Market:                                                           
  • Specialized OEM Equipment
Medical and Life Sciences:
  • Food and Dairy
  • Pharmaceutical
  • Biotech
  • Medical Equipment
  • Filtration
  • CE
  • EAC
 

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