Air Filled Pressure Gauge 1-100 PSI

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Air Filled Pressure Gauge 1-100 PSI

SKU: 200214
28 Review(s)
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  • Meh, died after a year By on 10/25/2016

    Not sure why but it just died after a year. Doesn't read anything or change position. Will try the other, more expensive version this time.
  • Accurate Reading! By on 1/13/2016

    Better than many other brands I have tried!
  • Works Great By on 12/21/2015

    Excellent tool to measure clogged prefilters and water pressure.
  • Recommend to anyone By on 10/21/2015

    Helped me realize i was running too much pressure. Arrived perfectly at 0 and has worked good since.
  • Really helps By on 4/9/2015

    Helped me trouble shoot a problem with excess waste water production. Really handy to keep tabs on your RO/DI system.
  • Don't bump them By on 10/22/2014

    Be very careful with these. If you bump them they will jump up or down in the current reading and stay there. both of mine came stuck at 20, so BRS sent me 2 new ones. The previous ones still work, I just have to subtract 20. Put one before and after your filters so you know when to replace them due to clogging. Simple install. It also gives you a good idea of water pressure so you know if you need to buy a pump or not.
  • A Must Have By on 9/5/2014

    If you are running RO/DI you need to know what your pressure going into the unit is, so as to optimize your units performance. This gives you that information. Wish I had it from the beginning. I only knew that I had decent pressure, but then again I was guessing as I was wrong. No I know and it's working better than ever.
  • You need this! By on 7/26/2014

    I wasn't getting the best production out of my RO/DI unit. I replace the filters and still not great. I purchased this inexpensive product and found that i didn't have great pressure. This works great and save you money.
  • air filled pressure guage By on 2/9/2014

    works for knowing the pressure going to your RODI unit. But go with the liquid filled if you are running it right after a booster pump. if it is anywhere else in the line you are good.
  • Simple and affordable By on 12/15/2013

    Nice little pressure gauge, It's affordable and easy to install