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GAUGER. An officer appointed to examine all tuns, pipes, hogsheads, barrels, and tierces of wine, oil, and other liquids, and to give them a mark of allowance, as containing lawful measure.

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After preliminary analysis of the results, it was concluded that the ionization vacuum gauge HPG 400 (SN 549) pressure measurement values differ significantly comparing to the reference gauge.
But a complex repair or an overhaul can take much longer--up to five or six weeks--if the gauge needs to be refaced with custom range markings.
Fixing or replacing that gauge is a key part of preventive maintenance.
Results: A total number of 200 cases were recruited in this study, out of which 100 were aspirated with 21 gauge needles and 100 with 22 gauge needles.
However, this kind of conventional combined vacuum gauge has certain problems including, (1) the entire gauge head has to be replaced if one of the gauge heads failed, (2) the gauge heads are more complicated and break easily, (3) the gauge heads are expensive.
TEK Instrument Company is an online distributor of Instrumentation, Controls, and Gauges. Product categories include Infrared Thermometers, Digital Pressure Gauges, Digital Multimeters, Differential Pressure Gauges, Thermo Hygrometers, Digital Anemometers, Digital Differential Pressure Gauges, Transmitters, Clamp Meters, Insulation & Continuity Testers and many more test and measurement instruments.
The first shotgun I bought with my own money was a Browning Auto-5 in 12 gauge. The Browning was a marvelous gun but it took only a short time for me to arrive at the conclusion the 20-gauge Auto-5 used by my father at the time was, in addition to being lighter and more comfortable to shoot, all the gun required for collecting a limit of mourning doves or bobwhite quail.
For more basic applications, Ashcroft's Type 1259 gauge is designed as a more economical unit for users.
The Lyman Gauge has a range of 0 to 12 pounds in increments of 1/10 ounce.
Gentran Tuffgage is a complete melt-pressure gauge ruggedly designed that requires no external power.
Measuring pressure is a necessity for virtually all vacuum processes and vacuum practitioners, but there are so many variations in pressure ranges and the degree of required accuracy and precision that there is no possibility of identifying a single type of gauge suitable for all uses.
Different gauges and types of wire, as well as different types of tying systems, can affect wire expenses.