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    UEi EM151 Digital Manometer

    245.95
    List Price: $299.99
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    • Provides a quick and easy way to check gas pressure
    • Ideal for checking the gas supply for fireplaces
    • Large digital display
    • Simple two-button operation
    • Measures positive and negative pressure to 20" water gauge
    • .01" maximum resolution
    • Automatic shut off
    • Rubber boot with built-in magnet
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    Product Details
    Manufacturer: UEi
    Part Number: 527
    eFireplaceStore Item Number: HPC-527
    UPC: 053533505788

    Features

    • Provides a quick and easy way to check gas pressure
    • Ideal for checking the gas supply for fireplaces
    • Large digital display
    • Simple two-button operation
    • Measures positive and negative pressure to 20" water gauge
    • .01" maximum resolution
    • Automatic shut off
    • Rubber boot with built-in magnet
    This handy digital manometer is a convenient and quick way to check gas pressure. It is ideal for checking the gas supply for fireplace. The unit is easy to read with a large digital display. Simple two-button operation makes it easy to use as well. The meter measures positive and negative to 20" water gauge with a 0.01" resolution. An automatic shut-off conserves battery life. It comes with a rubber boot and a built-in magnet.
    Customer Questions & Answers
    1 Question & 1 Answer
    Rick K
    from Binghamton, NY asked:
    January 30, 2014
    What is the difference between this and a micromanometer? I need to measure inches of water column from under a concrete slab, drilling a hole in the slab for measuring the negative pressure on a radon gas mitigation system.
    1 Answer
    Based on your description, this manometer will likely work for you. A micromanometer has the ability to measure volume and flow of air, in addition to just reading pressures. If the holes you are drilling are small enough that the rubber test boot will completely encompass the hole, the unit should read pressure accurately.
    Submitted by: Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional on January 30, 2014

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