Pressure gauges which are suitable for installing on processing equipment or storage tanks used in the food and drink industry.
These hygienic pressure gauges have an all stainless steel 316L front end construction with the option for food grade oil fill for full compliance with food, dairy, beverage, medical & biotech requirements for cleaning and prevention of contamination.
Hygienic pressure gauges are easily cleaned as part of the regular stringent cleaning processes required by the food & beverage companies.
- DS200P Sanitary Low Range Pressure Gauge, Switch and Sensor - All in one electronic switch, gauge and sensor designed specifically for use in the food, drink and biomedical industry for measuring process pressures.
- DS201P High Range Flush Pressure Gauge, Switch and Sensor - High pressure sensor, electronic switch and digital gauge with an all welded stainless steel flush diaphragm for high viscosity liquids.
- Baroli 05P High Range Flush Diaphragm Digital Pressure Gauge - Battery powered pressure gauge with exposed diaphragm for measuring high pressures of viscous fluids or media which requires high level of cleanliness.
- Baroli 02P Low Range Flush Diaphragm Digital Pressure Gauge - All stainless steel 316L hygienic digital display pressure gauge for measuring low range pressures with ranges from 0-100 mbar up to 0-40 bar.
Hygienic fittings are used by the food processing, drinks manufacturing, brewing, biotech and pharmaceutical industries. Hygienic process fittings are cleanable and have open smooth surfaces to deter the entrapment of bacteria and process residue. Hygienic process connections are often made of high grade stainless steel such as 316L, which is polished to an Ra grade surface finish to minimise the size of pockets in the material which would encourage the growth of bacteria and mould.
Digital pressure gauges are electronic versions of analogue dial pressure gauges where the dial face and pointer needle have been replaced by either an LED or a LCD digit display. The digital display can be read more easily than the pointer and dial reading, and often with a greater precision. Also there is less risk of damaging the digital electronics of a digital pressure gauge compared to a analog dial gauge, if the pressure gauge is dropped accidentally. The other advantage of digital pressure gauges is many come with extra software features for turning off when not use to conserve battery power, recording highest and lowest readings, and additional pressure units to display pressure reading so you don’t have to use a pressure unit converter.