EK Life Sciences Series Pressure Gauge (63mm)
The EK series 63mm gauge is designed for use at process temperatures up to 140ºC(284ºF) and to withstand repeated inline sterilization at up to 149ºC(300ºF). Our new back access re-zero adjustment is a standard feature on all models. When ordered with the Anderson CPM fitting, the gauge is autoclavable at 149ºC(300ºF) for one hour. The EK gauge is also the only sanitary gauge available with a true one-inch tri-clamp fitting, eliminating the long standing problem of instrumenting one-inch lines. This unique fitting will accept a one-inch gasket without impinging on the diaphragm
- The only sanitary gauge that mates directly on 3/4” and 1” lines
- Autoclaveable w/Standard CPM fitting
- Lowest profile of any “mini” gauge
- Minimal temperature effect
- Re-zero feature is standard
At Liquidyne, we prioritize our commitment to quality and consistency. In 2017 we achieved ISO 9001:2015 Quality Management System certification to ensure we can repeatedly deliver consistently high-quality products and solutions. Being an ISO 9001 facility, together with our USP Class VI Testing, ASME Bioprocessing Equipment (BPE), and EHEDG certification guarantee, we have the methodologies to assure quality. We will quickly and accurately rectify any issues if any of our products are ever in non-conformance.
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Process Development Manager
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Vice President, Analytical Development and Manufacturing
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