Do I need a Pressure Gauge?

EN ISO 10239,2008 Stated that there should be the provision of a pressure gauge on the high pressure side of the installation, to allow the user to carry out their own leak test.

 

EN ISO 10239,2017 Stated that the installation must have a means to allow the user to carry out their own leak test, this can either be a "bubble leak tester" or a pressure gauge on the high pressure side of the system.

Our recommendation is that commercial craft, including charter vessels, should have an easy means for the operator to carry out a leak test.

Advice and how to use our pressure gauge system:

A pressure gauge cannot provide an indication of liquid LPG remaining in the cylinder, only its vapour pressure, which is a constant at any given temperature.

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