Water Test Gauge, 3/4" Hose Thread (0 - 300 PSI) Zoom

Water Test Gauge, 3/4" Hose Thread (0 - 300 PSI)

SKU:PG25-WTG300MP

Brand: Boshart

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Dial Size: 2-1/2"
Connection Type: 3/4" NPT
Thread Type: Female
Max Pressure (PSI): 300
Min Pressure (PSI): 0
Increments (psi): 10
Measures: Pressure

Description for Boshart PG25-WTG300MP

Application:

Designed to measure and register water system pressure within a system, Ideal for recording the highest pressure reached to determine if a Pressure Reducing Valve (P.R.V.) is required as well as to trouble shoot problems caused by thermal expansion or pressure spikes. The 3/4" hose connection allows for direct connection to a water heater drain valve or hose bibb. The maximum pressure indicator needle can be reset by turning the external knob counter clockwise.

Often used in conjunction with rubber test caps offering a quick and easy way to fill and drain water used in testing cast iron or Schedule 40 plastic pipe often used in sewer, drain and waste water system.

Features:

  • 3/4" brass female hose thread, swivel connection knurled for grip
  • Black steel case w/ acrylic lens
  • Copper alloy internals
  • PSI range single-scale
  • Maximum Pointer to record max. system pressure

Water Test Gauge, 3/4" Hose Thread (0 - 300 PSI)

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5.0

Pressure Test Guage (Must Have)

By Silver Cheetah

from New Jersey (MonouthCounty)

Verified Buyer

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        Comments about Water Test Gauge, 3/4" Hose Connection (threaded):

        This gauge is perfect for checking the pressure on your boiler against the pressure gauge to make sure you have the correct pressure. I would recommend purchasing a pressure gauge and temperature gauge all in one.

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        4.0

        Does the job

        By tllong2

        from PA, US

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        Comments about Water Test Gauge, 3/4" Hose Connection (threaded):

        I have this gauge installed on the tank I use for my hydronic heating system & it works just fine. The peak pressure indicator is quite useful but it would also be nice to include a needle for recording a dip in pressure as well. Overall it seems reasonably well built & should work for a long time.

         
        5.0

        just what I was looking for and more

        By Handyman

        from Tennessee

        Verified Buyer

        Comments about Water Test Gauge, 3/4" Hose Connection (threaded):

        I used this guage to test my water pressure when I installed a water pressure regulator. I did not realize when I purchased this unit that it has a peak needle to indicate peak pressure while you are not watching the guage. So you are able to see instantly what your pressure is and leaving the guage on the water line you can go back the next day to see if the pressure has increased since you last looked at it.

         
        5.0

        Great gauge

        By Stuntman

        from KS

        Comments about Water Test Gauge, 3/4" Hose Connection (threaded):

        Works well. A great way to verify pressures before installing an R.O. system, or just checking pressure drops. The only downside is the red floating needle will only allow the user to log max pressure readings. It would be nice if the needle was allowed to also measure minimum pressures.

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        5.0

        Works great!

        By Bill W

        from Boston, MA

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        Comments about Water Test Gauge, 3/4" Hose Connection (threaded):

        This gauge was inexpensive and seems to work very well. No problems at all. I'm an amateur, so it doesn't see a lot of use (or rattling around in a toolbox), but it works fine for me.

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        • Water Test Gauge, 3/4" Hose Connection (threaded)

          Q:

          After the 3/4" hose connection, is this a 1/4" male NPT thread? I have been unable to find a 1/4" thread gauge with a Max Pressure pointer, so I'll need to disassemble one.
          Asked on 5/28/2012 by Justin from Las Vegas, NV

          3 answers

          • VERIFIED BUYER

            A:

            Correct, The gauge thread is 1/4" male NPT

            Answered on 5/28/2012 by Anonymous
          • VERIFIED BUYER

            A:

            I’m a lousy judge of thread size/types, but I’d guess you are correct.

            Answered on 5/29/2012 by Anonymous
          • VERIFIED BUYER

            A:

            It is a 3/8" male NPT thread. So it is the 3/4" hose bib to 3/8" female on the adapter. The guage has a male 3/8" NPT thread as well to accept the connector. I have this item on my boiler and it comes with the guage and adapter.

            Answered on 5/29/2012 by Anonymous
        • Water Test Gauge, 3/4" Hose Connection (threaded)

          Q:

          What do you mean when you say to connect the gauge to the hose bib? Where is it located?
          Asked on 5/17/2012 by Cindy from Newark,Ohio

          8 answers

          • VERIFIED BUYER

            A:

            Traditionally, hose bibs are found outside the home...it is where garden hoses are connected. They are also found as drains for things like hot water heaters, well expansion tank drains etc..

            Answered on 5/17/2012 by Anonymous
          • VERIFIED BUYER

            A:

            You can connect it to the outside faucet or the drain in the hot water heater. These would be the two most common places. You could have more in the home like the water hooks for the laundry or if a plumber has installed a connection some where else. Hope this helps.

            Answered on 5/17/2012 by Anonymous
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            A:

            A hose bib is a threaded faucet also known as a wall hydrant. These are
            generally located on the exterior of the house but can be found on the
            interior. This gauge would fit any faucet that you can connect a garden
            hose to.

            Answered on 5/17/2012 by Anonymous
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            A:

            A hose bib is any point that you could attach a hose. An outdoor faucet or washing machine faucet are examples.

            Answered on 5/18/2012 by Anonymous
          • VERIFIED BUYER

            A:

            The hose bib is the section of the outdoor faucet that is threaded. This is where you would attach a garden hose. If the instructions are refering to attaching the pressure guage to a heating system then you would find a boiler drain that has this type of thread at the end of it. Boiler drains come in a variety of styles but will have a handle to shut off the water before the section where you attach a hose or guage (hosebib).

            Answered on 5/18/2012 by Anonymous
          • VERIFIED BUYER

            A:

            You can screw the gauge where your green outside garden hose screws into, or any other locations.
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            Answered on 5/18/2012 by Anonymous
          • VERIFIED BUYER

            A:

            The gauge is outfitted with a standard hose fitting (as opposed to pipe threading), meaning it will screw on wherever you would generally attach a garden hose (ie. outdoor water spigot or water heater drain bib).

            Answered on 5/22/2012 by Anonymous
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            A:

            The hose bibb is where you would normally connect a hose, typically located outside.

            Answered on 5/23/2012 by PexSupply Staff from NY
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