Winters Instruments would roll its own Bourdon tubes by hand. Technicians would fill sections of twelve inch lengths of pressed copper pipe with silica sand and hand roll each section and then cut to form Bourdon tubes. Another mark of Winters as a true manufacturer is found in its earlier production of thermometers, where skilled workers would form measuring scales by blowing glass tubes by mouth. And as it was common practice at the time, Winters Instruments would make dials by hand. This was done by hand-etching numbers and markings on to metal plates.
A key customer in the early 1960s was the Canadian Armed Forces. Stringent NATO specifications were enforced with weekly inspections by government officials. This strict, high level of quality is what helped Winters attain the intensity in quality control it continues today.
Since 1953, Winters Instruments has been manufacturing quality built instrumentation for all markets that require pressure and temperature measurement. Through the years, the company has grown in size and reputation and is now a leading, global manufacturer of industrial instrumentation. Company comprehensive product lines of pressure gauges, thermometers, diaphragm seals, transmitters,switches and accessories are brought to market by an extensive network of distribution partners and are trusted by some of the world’s most recognized Fortune 500 companies. Winters Instruments currently operates from 9 worldwide offices. In North America alone, Winters operates 3 stocking facilities, enabling distributors to access over $10 million worth of inventory.
“Winters vision and strategy is to become the leading industrial instrumentation manufacturer for pressure and temperature measurement. Winters will differentiate itself from competitors by offering a diversified and high quality product line, superior customer service, and a global distribution network.”
Product Range :
Pressure gauges, thermometers, diaphragm seals, transmitters, switches and accessories...
About Pressure Gauge :
Pressure measurement is the analysis of an applied force by a fluid (liquid or gas) on a surface. Pressure is typically measured in units of force per unit of surface area. Many techniques have been developed for the measurement of pressure and vacuum. Instruments used to measure and display pressure in an integral unit are called pressure gauges or vacuum gauges. A manometer is a good example as it uses a column of liquid to both measure and indicate pressure. Likewise the widely used Bourdon gauge is a mechanical device which both measures and indicates, and is probably the best known type of gauge. A vacuum gauge is a pressure gauge used to measure pressures lower than the ambient atmospheric pressure, which is set as the zero point, in negative values (e.g.: -15 psi or -760 mmHg equals total vacuum). Most gauges measure pressure relative to atmospheric pressure as the zero point, so this form of reading is simply referred to as "gauge pressure". However, anything greater than total vacuum is technically a form of pressure. For very accurate readings, especially at very low pressures, a gauge that uses total vacuum as the zero point may be used, giving pressure readings in an absolute scale.
Simple 2 Button Features
Re-zero Feature and peak pressure reading
Backlight turns on when on/off button is pressed and with pressure changes
316L welded diaphragm seal
Rubber Boot is Standard
Applications : Ideal for Commercial & Industrial applications in both test measurement and general purpose installations.
Input : 2 X AA Battery (1.5V)
Connection : 1/4" NPT 304SS
Case Size : 2.5" (63mm)
Display : 2" X 3/4" (48mm X 16mm)
Range : -1 to 3 / 10 / 25 Bar, 0 to 100 / 250 / 400 / 700 bar
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