High Quality Industrial Factory vacuum pressue gauge all SS material 100MM oil filled pressure gauge YN100Z-1.0Mpa for Lithuania Manufacturer
High Quality Industrial Factory vacuum pressue gauge all SS material 100MM oil filled pressure gauge YN100Z-1.0Mpa for Lithuania Manufacturer Detail:
2.5 inch 63mm Steel material liquid filled hydraulic pressure gauge
Fob price :us1.5-4/piece
Min.order quantity:10 pieces
Supply Ability: 30000 pieces per month
Payment Terms: L/C,T/T
Place of Origin: Zhejiang, China (Mainland)
Brand Name: Yujing
Model Number: YN
Case material: Stainless steel or Steel or Plastic
Supply type: Make-to-Order
Pressure range: -1 to 1000bar
Case size: 1.5”(40mm), 2”(50mm), 2.5”(63mm), 3″(75mm),4″(100mm),6″(150mm)
Connection Style: Bottom connection or Back connection
Certification: ISO:9001-2008 and roHs
Liquid filling: With or without liquid
We are factory: Yes
Customize: Yes, we can make as per your request
Packaging & Delivery
Packaging Details: Carton or as per your request
Delivery Detail: Goods in stock
Place of origin:Zhejiang China
Dial Size:1.5″ (40mm), 2″(50mm), 2.5″(63mm), 4″(100mm), 6″(150mm)
Case:Steel or Stainless steel or black iron
Lens:Glass or Polycarbonate /Safety Glass
Mounting:Bottom/Back /Lower back entry /LBM with flange or bracket
Fill Liquid:Glycerin/silicone oil/dry
Thread: 3/8″~1″ or as per your request
Mounting:bottom mounted or center back
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