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scarter11
Man, why are low pressure gauges so much more expensive...
 
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scarter11
If my estimations of usable range are accurate, I think this gauge will give me the best resolution.

https://www.grain...uct/18C803

This should have a range of about 0-3.6 PSI, correct?
 
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scarter11
OK. It appears that the gauge I posted earlier is not rated for explosive gases, and the one that is costs nearly 3 times as much (naturally). I'm thinking about going with a digital gauge. The one below has a resolution of .1 psi, So I would have 30 values between the min and max. And, it only costs $35.

https://www.grain...uct/45MU05

I see no mention of the type of gas it is rated for.
 
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allenb
I prefer the old dial gauges to digital as I find it easier to see where the pressure will end up by how fast the needle is moving when a change is made to the needle valve. But I prefer a retro look anyway so it's a win-win for me. Plus an added bonus of no batteries.

https://www.amazo...ge+0-5+psi

Allen
1/2 lb and 1 lb drum, Siemens Sirocco fluidbed, presspot, chemex, cajun biggin brewer from the backwoods of Louisiana
 
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