COMPARISON OF BRONZE PRESSURE METERS AND INOX PRESSURE METERS

COMPARISON OF BRONZE PRESSURE METERS AND INOX PRESSURE METERS

  • Friday, Day 05/05/2023
  • Details such as protective face, pressure display dial, needle and screws, watch case in both pressure gauges are the same in material.

    Bourdon tube (C pipe), Link link, and connection, in terms of materials have the following differences:

    1. Brass pressure gauge with connection (threaded foot part) is made of copper, this type has a relatively low cost, easy to access to the majority of users. However, the disadvantage is that after a period of use, the threaded feet of this type of watch are easily oxidized (rusted), so it is usually not recommended for use in clean water environments.
    2. Stainless steel pressure gauge has longer service life.
    3. The mount that holds the washer and the rim attaches to the watch case in two different types of mounts.
    4. The needle of the stainless steel pressure gauge has a differential to adjust the accuracy of the watch. Used quite a lot today because of its high durability, low error, and reasonable investment cost. 

     

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