- Gauge adapter to mount a pressure gauge into a hydraulic system
- 1/2" NPTF port accepts a pressure gauge (sold separately)
- One 3/8" NPTF male end to connect to the hydraulic cylinder or pump (sold separately), and one 3/8" NPTF female end to connect to the hydraulic hose (sold separately)
- Maximum operating pressure of 10,000 psi
- Overall length is 6.10"
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Enerpac GA-2 Gauge Adapter, 6.10" Length
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|UPC||094700717085 , 662005205301|
|EAN||0094700717085 , 0662005205301|
|Item Weight||1.5 pounds|
|National Stock Number||4730-00-336-0721|
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This Enerpac GA-2 gauge adapter enables the addition of a pressure gauge into a hydraulic system. The adapter has a 1/2" National Pipe Thread Fuel (NPTF) port that accepts a gauge (sold separately). One 3/8" NPTF male end connects to the hydraulic cylinder or pump (sold separately), and one 3/8" NPTF female end connect to the hydraulic hose (sold separately). The maximum operating pressure is 10,000 psi (pounds per square inch). The overall length is 6.10".
Enerpac manufactures high-pressure tools and equipment for industrial applications. The company, founded in 1910, is headquartered in Menomonee Falls, WI.
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With the adapter in hand, it is now obvious to me that it is designed for larger than 1/4" fittings, but there's nothing in the product description nor the packaging - and you get no literature with the product - to indicate what size fittings they might be. There is apparently no industry standard in this regard.
So, while the adapter is plenty sturdy and no doubt suitable for the task it was designed for, I'm taking off a rating point for leaving out this critical piece of information in the product description.