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  •   In summary, both Glycerine filled manometer and silicone pressure gauge have strong stability and shock resistance. However, pressure gauges filled with silicone still work better under extreme conditions.

      Choosing the right fluid for filling the pressure gauge is essential to ensure good performance and long life. Your decision should be based on the temperature range and medium in which the pressure gauge will work. For example, a temperature that is too high may cause the liquid to decompose, and a temperature that is too low may cause the liquid to solidify. In both cases, it will affect the performance of the liquid, which in turn affects the performance of the instrument.

      Silicone-filled pressure gauges can effectively suppress vibration, pulsation, and pressure peaks. Silicone oil and glycerin can also be used as lubricants and protect the precision parts of the instrument. The oil-filled pressure gauge is sealed. They prevent the ingress of dust and moisture, prevent condensation and reduce visibility problems under high humidity conditions. Sealing also makes them an excellent choice for applications in corrosive environments. In the long run, liquid-filled pressure gauges have fewer problems and less downtime and are a more cost-effective solution.