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Pressure Gauge

Model 131-14 & 131-15 Stainless Steel ; Glycerin filled

Technical Data

Manufactured by
Wika, Ashcroft .

Model Numbers
131-14; 131-15.

Dial Size
4" (100 mm).

Connection
Stainless Steel.
131-14 : ½" BSP, lower, male.
131-15 : ¼" NPT, lower, male.

Pressure Rating
Retard to 1000 psi (69 bar).

Scale Range
131-14 : 0 to 25 bar.
131-15 : 0 to 300 psi.
Model 131-14 Other scale range including dual scale
are available upon request.

Case
Stainless Steel AISI 304.
Model 131-14 is furnished with pressure
relief element on top of case.

Window
General Description
Polycarbonate or laminated safety glass.
2"
The Inbal Pressure Gauge models 131- 50.5 mm
14 & 131-15 are used for water systems 4"
in Deluge, Dry Pipe, Preaction, Pressure Æ
101 mm
Reducing, Pressure Relief, and Remote
Control Inbal Valves. The Pressure 10 15

Gauge 131-14 & 131-15 utilize a


Stainless Steel 316 bourdon tube and are 200

Glycerin filled for excellent shock 100 20


resistance, vibration, and pulsation - thus 50
300
assuring an accurate, dependable, and
long-lasting gauge. 350

Gauge models 131-14 & 131-15 have a psi


25
0
Stainless Steel case, which provides bar
superb impact resistance, toughness,
87 mm
3 7/16"

rigidity, and excellent corrosion


resistance. These gauges are built to
endure rigorous, demanding applications
and severe environmental conditions.
The Inbal Gauge model 131-15 utilizes
an impact / heat resistant polycarbonate
window, model 131-14-laminated safety
5
glass. /8" Model 131-14 ½" BSP
15.5 mm

F40-05-01
Pressure Gauge
Model 131-14 & 131-15

Dial Material and Color


Black figures on white background,
Aluminum.

Pointer
Black, Aluminum, non-adjustable.

Ring Type
Stainless Steel AISI 304, crimped.

Socket Material
Stainless Steel AISI 316 .
(Socket is welded to the case ).

Bourdon Tube
Stainless Steel AISI 316 .

Movement
Spring suspended with polyester
segment, Glycerin filled.

Accuracy Model 131-15


131-14 : EN 837-1/6 1.0.
131-15 :ASME B40.1, Grade B, 3-2-3%.

Temperature Range
Environment: -400F to 1500F (-400C to
650C). 1 ¼"
Fluid: Max. to 2120F (1000C). 32 mm
4 3/16"
Æ
106 mm
Installation
10
8 12
Pressure Gauge must be installed so that
misuse or misapplication is minimized. 6 150 14
100
Personnel responsible for installation 200
should be conversant with ASME B40.1 4 16
50
or EN 837-1. 250
The range of the gauge should be 2 18
0
approximately twice the actual operation 300
psi
pressure. Pressure Actuation should not 0
20
exceed 90% of full scale value. Avoid bar 21
86 mm

applying pressure beyond the top of the


3 3/8"

scale. Extremely excessive vibration


should cause movement wear resulting
in loss of accuracy. Extremely excessive
pressure pulsation usually evidenced by
continuous rapid pointer oscillation
could result in fatigue failure of the
pressure element or rapid movement 7
/16" ¼" NPT
wear. Excessive temperature could result 11 mm
in long term creep of soldered joints, and
possibly eventual failure. Model 131-15

Copersa. Eduard Calvet i Pintó 20, 08339 - Vilassar de Dalt, (Barcelona). Tel: +34 937 59 25 00, Fax: +34 937 59 50 08, E-mail: industrial@copersa.com
March 2000 / F40-05-01-002