MEASUREMAN 1-1/2" Dial Size, Liquid Filled Fuel Pressure Gauge, 0-100Psi

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MEASUREMAN 1-1/2" Dial Size, Liquid Filled Fuel Pressure Gauge, 0-100Psi

  • For meausring fuel pressure
  • 1-1/2" dial size, 1/8"NPT center back
  • Pressure range: 0-100psi single scale
  • Stainless steel case, brass wetted parts, glycerin filled
  • Accuracy: +/-3-2-3%

Product Description





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MEASUREMAN 1-1/2" Dial Size, Glycerin Filled Fuel Pressure Gauge

0-100Psi, 1/8"NPT Back Mount


  • This mini pressure gauge is designed for fuel in automative replacement industry, which is used for measuring the fuel pressure.
  • This liquid filled gauge is not intended to be 100% full of liquid. When held vertical, the level can appear to be between 3/4 and 7/8 full.
  • The gauge must be mounted with the gauge face vertical, (or as close to 90° to the ground as possible) with the vent on top. This is to prevent the gauge from leaking during venting.


  • Filling : Glycerin filled, dampens the effect of vibration and pulsation; lubricates the movement and extends the life of gauge.


How to install.


  1. This gauge is designed for 1/8" NPT. In some cases an adapter may be necessary.
  2. Ensure the regulator is mounted with the gauge face vertical,at right angles to the ground, with the Vent Valve at the top.
  3. Apply Teflon sealing compound to insure a leak-free connection.
  4. Install gauge into pressure port, being careful not to over tighten.
  5. After installation, start engine and check all connections for leaks.





  • To vent the gauge case push the black band back covering the vent valve head and gently lift it up slightly, DO NOT REMOVE THE VALVE.
  • Once the valve is raised, gauge case pressure is again equalized to atmosphere, and reported pressure will be accurate. Please push the stem
  • back down and replace the black retaining band immediately after equalizing pressure to reseal the gauge and help retain the valve during vehicle