P6000 Series
150mm All Stainless Bottom Entry Gauge

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The P6000 Series is the big brother to our most popular gauge (the P4000). This gauge has the same laser-cut dial, and heavy-duty, long-life movement, but this time with a 150mm face and 1/2 NPT male thread with back flange. With it's stainless steel case this gauge is suitable for application in a variety of environments.

 Like the P4000, it has a vast range of options and additions available. Many of these gauges are in use at the New Zealand Refinery Company and have been for many years after being installed when the plant was first built.

We don't stock these gauges in rear entry but can order them in if you require it. No problem, just contact us.

Please click on the options available tab above to see the ranges we hold in stock, if you can't see the range you require contact us and we will order in the exact range you need.

Product code: P6000 Series

The P6000 series is the bigger version of our most popular gauge the P4000

We stock a extensive range of the P6000 gauges mainly in bottom entry, They come standard with a ½ NPT male thread and a wall mounting back flange. We stock from vacuum up to 600 bar. Other ranges and pressure units are available just ask.

The case is fully welded to the socket so no screws to come undone.
Heavy-duty movement. Safety glass lens.
Removable bezel. Adjustable needle. Lazer cut dial for fantastic readability.

This gauge is fully repairable and adjustable and can even be supplied with a calibration certificate
We have nearly every pressure unit in stock. If you don't see it listed just ask. If we don't have it we can print it for you.

Standard thread is ½ NPT which will fit ½ BSP fittings.
Back flange standard. Used for mounting the gauge to the wall.
Can supply the gauge with a red mark.
Gauge comes liquid filled as standard but can be dry just ask.

You would use this gauge where you need a long life adjustable gauge but you feel that the P4000 is too small.