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Author Topic: Hydraulic Press gauge questions  (Read 193 times)

Offline USMCPMEL

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Hydraulic Press gauge questions
« on: 11-22-2019 -- 14:57:57 »

Has anyone ever calibrated one of these? It is for a hydraulic press. The press manufacturer said it is 2,000 PSI TO 1 ton that seems a bit excessive to me (170,000 PSI full scale). The person I spoke to is in sales and I do not think he knows what he is talking about. We looked up a conversion with the ram diameter (100mm) and came up with about 15,000 PSI. My second issue is I donít have an adapter it is M20x1.5 I need to adapt to either NPT or a high pressure fitting. HIP has the fitting but they want $261. I found ones online for around $20 and below but they have low pressure ratings. I am looking for a source to buy a pressure fitting rated to 15,000 PSI which is what I believe the true full scale of this gauge is. Any help?
« Last Edit: 11-22-2019 -- 15:31:03 by USMCPMEL »

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Re: Hydraulic Press gauge questions
« Reply #1 on: 12-04-2019 -- 20:22:29 »
Well we ended up not doing it as we could not find an adapter for it. The customer purchased a new gauge from somewhere that was supposedly already calibrated. I have my doubts.

 

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