Standard Pitot Gauge Kit for Water Flow Tests
|Part Number||Blade Finish||Blade Length||Total Length|
|01PITU||Nickel Plated Brass||4" (101.6 mm)||12" (305 mm) with Standard Metal Blade|
|Gauge Size||Gauge Pressure & Gauge Pressure Range||Gauge Accuracy||Optional Features|
|2 1/2" (63.5 mm) Dial with 1/4" (6.35 mm) NPT Pressure Connection||200 PSI, Choice of 8 Gauge Ranges||1% Full-Range Accuracy||Gauge NIST Certification|
|Hex Handle Pitot, Metal Blade, Pressure Gauge, Thread Seal Tape, Foam-Lined Case||Usually ships within 24 hours|
Pitot Gauge Kit for Water Flow Tests is the most accurate, efficient and economical way to measure discharge from fire hose nozzles, fire hydrants, or other open orifices. This kit features an 8" (203 mm) hex handle, a 4" (101.6 mm) standard metal blade, a 2 1/2" (63.5 mm) liquid-filled gauge, a roll of Thread Seal Tape, and a portable foam-lined carrying case with room for an extra gauge.
This Pitot Gauge Kit for Water Flow Tests includes brass quick-connect fittings that join the gauge to the machined-brass pitot tube handle with stainless steel locking balls, making it easy to rotate with little torque. The nickel-plated pitot tube also has a built-in air chamber for more accurate needle movements with no need for an air bleeder.
This Pitot Gauge Kit for Water Flow Tests includes a 2 1/2" (63.5 mm) dial with a 1/4" (6.35 mm) NPT pressure connection designed for use with a pitot gauge theoretical discharge conversion table.
Each gauge is liquid-filled and available in one of eight dial ranges:
|Dial Ranges||Major #'d Graduations||Minor Graduations||Smallest Graduations|
For $40 more, the included 2 1/2" (63.5 mm) pressure gauge arrives tested and certified by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) to meet the exacting standards of accuracy demanded by clients in the U.S. Navy, Army, and aviation industries.
Pitot Gauge Theoretical Discharge Conversion Table. Used to convert PSI readings to GPM. Conversion accuracy depends on an accurate measurement of outlet size and the nozzle or outlet coefficient.