P2500 Series
63mm All Stainless Bottom Entry Gauge

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The P2500 Series gauge is the smaller version of our P4000 Series gauge. The sealed case and liquid filling makes it suitable for the harshest of conditions. The addition of the liquid filling extends the life of the gauge by reducing internal vibration as well as reducing the likelihood of penetration of water and/or dirt. The gauge is standard with bar/PSI, kPa and PSI/kPa are available on special order, as are different threads. Wall mounting is also available.
We can even do a version that has a removable front bezel which allows for those zero adjustments if required.
If you need a rear entry version of this gauge please check our P2550 series.

We can supply these P2500 gauges with a IANZ endorsed calibration certificate.

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 can order (min order 10 units) in the exact range you need.

Product code: P2500 Series

The P2500 series is a stainless steel pressure gauge i.e. has stainless steel internals as well as a stainless steel housing. These gauges are mainly used in the process industry for chemical applications where you need a small gauge with Stainless internals.
The case is sealed but the gauges can be repaired here at CPS if required.

These are similar to the Q2500 series so can take the same mounting options as listed below:
I.e. 3 hole front flange for mounting gauge into a panel.
U-clamp: similar to the 3 hole front flange but easier to mount.
Back flange. Used for mounting the gauge to the wall.

¼ BSPT thread is standard but we can do NPT and BSP – just ask. 1/8 BSPT thread is also available.
Can supply the gauge with a red mark or even a Glass lens.
Gauge comes liquid filled as standard..
We can supply the gauge with a calibration certificate if required.
Gauge is suitable for pumps and filters and nearly every gauge application.
Dial is plastic so will not handle high temperatures, we’d suggest using a P4000 gauge.
For special or OEM applications we can order in the exact gauge to fit your requirements we just need a minimum order of ten units. We can even do them with your logo if required.