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GSO EN 837-2:2021

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Pressure gauges - Part 2: Selection and installation recommendations for pressure gauges

Scope
This part of prEN 837 only applies to those pressure gauges whose pressure responsive element measuring system is a metal part which deforms under the effect of the pressure measured, as defined in prEN 837-1 and EN 837-3. This standard has been prepared to assist in the selection, installation and use of pressure gauges to ensure that they give satisfactory service for the intended application with the maximum level of safety.
Adoption without modification
EN 837-2:1997
01 July 2021
Measurement of force, weight and pressure
Including measuring and weighing instruments

Files

Arabic 9 Pages
Current Edition
English 8 Pages
Current Edition Reference Language
 

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