MGS60 DN125

Bourdon tube ”solid-front” pressure gauges NACE MR0103/MR0175 -ISO 15156-3 version turret case – DS 4.5” (125mm)

These instruments are built in conformity with the construction and safety specifications of ASME B40.1.
In case of leaks or break of the elastic element the operator is protected by a stainless steel safety cell solid front and by the blow-out back. They are usually used in the petrochemical industry. They are built to resist to the most severe conditions created by H2S, by the environment and for those fluids which have high viscosity and do not crystallize. The TIG welding between the safety cell and the process socket strengthens the instrument and assures a better tight in case of dampening fluid The advantages of filling the case of the instrument with a dampening fluid are: reduced pointer fluctuation, reduced wear of rotating parts of the movement when pulsant vibrations and pulsations occur. Moreover condensation and corrosive atmospheres which could damage the internal parts.

Industrial sector:
  • Chemical, Petrochemical
  • Water treatment
  • Oil & Gas
  • Engineering Procurement Construction (EPC)
Instrument type:
  • Bourdon tube pressure gauges
Specific applications:
  • NACE version
  • Corrosive fluids
  • Vacuum
  • Combined (Vacuum + Pressure)
  • Norm ASME B40.1
  • NACE MR0175
  • NACE MR0103
  • EAC Conformity
  • Grade 1A according to ASME B40.1
  • Local indication
  • Stainless steel and special materials
  • 0...15 / 0...10000psi and vacuum
Protection degree:
  • IP 65
Process connection material:
  • AISI 316 L, Monel 400
Sensing element material:
  • Monel 400
Working pressure:
  • 100% of FSV


Pig tails and siphons


Bar stock needle valve, block, multiport


Adjustable overload protection device


Bar stock needle valve, block and bleed


Cocks and valves

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Data Sheet MGS60 DN125 Data sheetitenesptdefrru
User guide MAN Manualitenesptfrru
19010_RC3_Available Ranges_p1 Genericitenesptdefrru
Mounting Genericitenesptdefrru
RoHS Conformityiten
PED Conformityiten