Model # 94352

Internet #100180536

Store SKU #459718

DANCO 0 - 15 psi 1/10 Increment Gas Test Gauge
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DANCO

0 - 15 psi 1/10 Increment Gas Test Gauge

  • Tests up to 15 psi using 1/10th increments
  • Gauge fits onto 3/4 in. MPT threads
  • Clear facing helps see pressure measurement easily
$9.87 /each

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The Danco 0 - 15 psi 1/10 Increment Gas Test Gauge tests up to 15 psi using 1/10th increments. The gauge is designed to fit onto 3/4 in. MPT threads. It is intended for use to gauge the pressure of the gas in your tank. The durable plastic face has a clear display that help you openly see the pressure measurement. The body of the gauges is chrome-plated for safety. The gauge comes in a sturdy steel case for easy use and storage.

  • Tests up to 15 psi using 1/10th increments
  • Gauge fits onto 3/4 in. MPT threads
  • Plastic face is durable and resists breaking
  • Clear facing helps see pressure measurement easily
  • Body is chrome-plated for safety
  • Sturdy steel case
  • Easy to use

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What size is the threaded inlet? 1/4, 3/8, 3/4?

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January 5, 2015
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The gage itself is 1/4, the fatter body is 3/4
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3/4 inch
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April 26, 2013
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Inlet on fitting is female 3/4" NPT (National Pipe Taper).
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Irving, TX
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April 24, 2013
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Hi CC,
Thank you for your inquiry. The 94352 gauge fits onto 3/4" MPT threads.
Best regards,
Danco Support
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April 20, 2013
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The inlet is 3/4" - 14 FPT.
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does it come with the air inlet valve

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Yes, it does. It has a car-tire-type air inlet valve on one end. The other end connects to the system you are going to test.
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June 6, 2014
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Thank you for your inquiry. This gauge comes as pictured. It will adapt to a 3/4" MPT pipe fitting.
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Can the pressurized gas be oxygen?

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August 26, 2013
I am conducting an experiment at my university and i need to know what is the pressure inside some plastic tubing. The pressure gauge we were using states it should not be used for oxygen. Can I use oxygen with this gauge
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April 24, 2014
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Hi Gwen, The manufacturer states that this gauge uses metals that could oxidize and therefore cannot be recommended for use with oxygen. Unfortunately, Danco does not manufacture a gauge that they can recommend for use with oxygen. Thanks for asking. Travis
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September 27, 2013
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Hi Gwen,
The manufacturer states that this gauge uses metals that could oxidize and therefore cannot be recommended for use with oxygen.
Unfortunately, Danco does not manufacture a gauge that they can recommend for use with oxygen.
Thanks for asking.
Travis
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how do I use a danco gast test gauge?

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The Danco test gauge is attached, (screwed onto) the item you wish to pressure test. I believe it is made for low pressure natural gas testing, but I use it to pressure-test two-stroke motorcycle engine cylinders. Anyway, after attaching to the item, you pressurize it by pumping air via the schraeder valve (tire valve stem thing) until the desired pressure is reached, and you watch the gauge to see if it Read More
The Danco test gauge is attached, (screwed onto) the item you wish to pressure test. I believe it is made for low pressure natural gas testing, but I use it to pressure-test two-stroke motorcycle engine cylinders. Anyway, after attaching to the item, you pressurize it by pumping air via the schraeder valve (tire valve stem thing) until the desired pressure is reached, and you watch the gauge to see if it holds the pressure or leaks down. If it leaks down on the gauge, you obviously have a leak somewhere, and will need to find it by the sound of air escaping or using soapy water in a spray bottle. You can use a bicycle pump to pressurize the device so as to not over-pressurize the system. Note: If you are testing a natural gas appliance for leaks, consult the manual for the operating pressure because many gas systems use only 21 millibars or .3 psi of pressure! Read Less
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Hello. Thanks for your question. To best support you, please contact us at 800-523-5135 or support@danco.com for further assistance. Thank you.
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Customer Reviews

Rated 3.5 out of 5 by 19 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Well Built Gauge Needed a pressure guage that went to 15 PSI for a "one man" brake bleeding setup I was building. This gauge was the only one I could find that could accurately show the low pressure that I needed. Good quality construction and very accurate. March 5, 2013
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Useless....the guage leaks I took a chance and bought this even though a few other reviews stated that the guage leaked. I was hoping I would get lucky and get a good one like a few of the positive reviewers. I wasn't lucky, and wasted some time trouble shooting my system before testing the gauge on a closed pipe and found it leaking. I immersed it in a bucket and it was bubbling from the face of the gauge. Buyer beware. January 12, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Leaks at gauge and air chuck After installing 100 feet of 1/2 copper lines for two propane heaters, I placed this gauge on, and charged it to 15 lbs. I kept getting a slow leak indication. After almost an hour checking all my fittings and connections, I decided to check the gauge itself. Leaky gauge was the culprit. Cheaply made in China. Spend the 50 bucks and get a good a good one. October 19, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Reliable Product Everything seemed to function as was expected. My only issue was the condition with which I received the product. Mine had the clear lens partially popped out. I could not get it to snap back in. It doesn't look to effect the functionality. But, in time, I suspect that it will gather dust/dirt and have issues. Yet, due to the relatively low cost, it's not worth the time/effort to return. I needed the product for a specific issue and it worked just fine. Again, I'm just rating it as I did because of the quality and/or condition I received it in. December 17, 2014
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by good product it worked fine it was required gauge by county it was easy to use August 4, 2015
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Garbage I bought 2, both leaked at the nipple. Tried teflon and goop to hold the air in at the air inlet. Good enough for a 15 minute hold. March 29, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by danco gauge Used this gage to find leakes out on a job sight. Worked great. Even shut the gas guy down that kept saying there was a leak. Great tool to have. Wish there was an inch pound gage I could by that was like the one thy use. Can you do that Home Depot ? January 8, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Bad product Will return for refund. System would not hold pressure. After much wasted time and labor, discovered that the leak was in the gauge itself. After the last pressure check, the gauge stuck at 11 pounds. Must be defective. January 6, 2015
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