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Valley Instrument grade B Back Mount 1.5in. Dry Gauge - 0-100 PSI

Item# 53818
1.5in. dry back-mount gauge has brass movement with C-shaped Bourdon tube. 1/8 male NPT male connection. Grade B accuracy. Designed for use with air, gas, oil or water. Black enameled steel case, aluminum pointer, white aluminum dial and acrylic window. Accuracy Grade B, Bourdon Tube C-shaped, Mount Type Back, Movement Brass, Case Material Black enameled steel, Window Material Acrylic, Pointer Aluminum, Recommended Use Air, gas, oil, water, Connection Size in. 1/8 Male NPT, Dial White aluminum, Gauge Diameter in. 1 1/2, Max. PSI 100, Product Type Gauge, Range PSI 0-100.
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May I use this gauge in a 100 lbs propane gas tank?

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This Valley Instrument gauge would not be appropriate for use with a 100 lb propane tank. A gauge like this measuring pressure should not be used because it can fluctuate dramatically as the temperature and gas to liquid ratio change within the tank.
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