• 7550 - SMARTGAUGE

7550 - SMARTGAUGE

  • Model: 7550

 
The AGF Model 7550 SMARTGAUGE is a 4" pressure gauge with an integral drag pointer designed to record system pressure spikes caused by Municipal Water Supplies or pumps that are not operating correctly. The Model 7550 can be installed temporarily or permanently to record wet system pressure spikes so Pressure Relief Valves can be sized correctly. On dry systems the Model 7550 can be used to confirm Municipal Water Supply Pressures so dry valves will not be overpowered by system wide pressure increases during periods of low demand. The Model 7550 is also a valuable addition to Hydrostatic Test Assemblies because of its ability to record the highest pressure during system testing.
 
Applications: 
  • Wet System Pressure Monitoring and Recording
  • Main and Jockey Pump Operation Verification and Testing
  • Pressure Verification for sizing Pressure Relief Valves
  • Provides Visual Proof of Municipal Water Supply Pressure Spikes adversely affecting Dry Valves
  • Records Maximum Pressure during Hydronic System Testing
Features:
  • Size: 4"
  • Design: ASME B40.100 & EN837-1
  • Range:  0-400 PSI (Outside), 0-2740 Kpa (Inside)
  • Accuracy: ±1% of span (ASM B40.100 Grade 1A)
  • Operating Temperature: -40°F to +140°F (-40°C to +60°C)
  • Weather Protection: Weather Tight (NEMA 4X/IP 65)
  • Case Material: 304 Stainless Steel with vent plug and stainless steel crimp ring
  • Window: Polycarbonate with Buna-N gasket
  • Dial: 4" White aluminum
  • Pointers: Aluminum (Primary Black, Drag Pointer Red)
  • Pressure Connection: Copper alloy, Lower mount, ¼" NPT
  • Bourdon Tube: Copper alloy < 1,000 PSI
  • Movement: Copper alloy
  • Storage Box Shell: Heavy duty polyethylene
  • Storage Box Insert: Custom cut foam
  • Made in the USA
The AGF Model 7550 SMARTGAUGE is factory calibrated prior to shipping and is marked with the date of calibration to assure the highest level of accuracy. Regularly scheduled certification is recommended. Gauges can be returned to AGF for certification, the recommended schedule is determined by frequency of use (certification is recommended every 1 to 5 years, depending on use).