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Old 03-01-2011, 04:45 PM   #1
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What Digital Gas Pressure Differential Manometer you guys recommend me?

One that comes with pipes and connections.

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UEI makes a good unit. You want a dual port one that measures differential pressures. Testo makes some VERY nice small but very pricey units also. For fittings go to NAPA or a car parts store and buy a bunch of tees etc in the brake repair/brake lines/vacuum lines section and keep them in a tupperware container.

I have a EM-201
http://www.ueitest.com/productList-p...detectors.html

I also have a very expensive small Testo unit for delicate work but use the more rugged UEI for most jobs. Goes from -40F to over 100F in my van and keeps on workin.

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I like the Testo 510. You can get it with a kit, to do both gas/manifold pressure checks, static pressure checks, and tee's for check pressure of the inducer of furnaces..
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I was thinking MA Line 12835.


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