Pressure Gauges (Liquid-Filled)

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  • Glenn - Apr 10th 2020

    lPressure Gauge 0=100 PSI

    This gauge is very easy to use and the shipping from this company is very good.

  • Renee - Oct 8th 2019

    Pressure gauge

    Excellent product

  • Jordan - Jul 17th 2019

    Low Pressure Gauge

    Works great for low pressure readout in dripline applications.

  • Sandy - Jun 10th 2018

    Works Great!

    I purchased this gauge to check the pressure coming off the pressurized irrigation system. I estimated it to be 60 PSI. The gauge found the pressure to be 62 PSI.

  • Daniel - Jun 10th 2017


    My last one broke so I got a new one. Looks the same. Haven't installed it yet


Liquid-filled gauges are more accurate than standard air-filled gauges. The hose swivel adapter inlet can be easily attached to a faucet, garden hose, or any hose threaded fitting. These gauges are not designed for constant pressure and must be removed after use.

These gauges can be used anywhere on a drip system to measure pressure (PSI) in specific areas. To install into 1/2" tubing, install a male hose tee (ELMT or CMT) and simply attach the female hose thread inlet of the gauge to the male hose end of the tee. After obtaining the pressure reading, remove the gauge and use a hose cap (HCAP) to close off the tee.

Gauges must be removed after use, they are not designed for continuous/constant use. 1/4" liquid-filled pressure gauges are also available.

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