Having the right information about the status of steam or hydronic systems is an important part of running and maintaining them. Without that information problems might go unidentified, leading to any number of issues. With steam and hydronic systems, the most common readings needed are for temperature and pressure. These readings can be taken separately using a temperature or pressure gauge, or they can be measured simultaneously with a tridicator.
Temperature Gauges are available in rectangular or dial styles, with options for units, temperature range, connection size, materials of construction and style. Thermowells for various probe lengths are available in both brass and stainless steel. Pressure gauges are available to measure vacuum, pressure, or a combination of the two. Different pressure ranges, units, connections, materials of construction and dial sizes can be selected.
For steam service, pigtail syphons are often added to pressure gauges to limit the direct contact that the gauge has with high temperature steam. For protection against pressure surges, snubbers are available for use in air, water, and steam applications.
Thermometer, Pressure Gauge, or Tridicator
Options for temperature range
Options for vacuum and pressure ranges
Metric, Imperial or combination measurement units
Options for connection size and location
Options for gauge face size and style
Monitoring temperature of liquids and gases
Monitoring pressure of liquids and gases
Identifying potential issues with flow and process
Keystone Steam Supplies is here to help you get the Gauges you need.