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15 psi Pressure Test Gauge

  • Checks for leaks and pressure of natural gas and propane systems
  • Constructed of brass and steel for long-lasting performance
  • Includes a dust cap, steel exterior, and clear protective lens
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Product Overview

Easy to use fittings

Easy to Use Fittings

With the fewest parts on the market the CSST fittings are a breeze to install

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Easy to Transport

HOME-FLEX CSST comes in coils, so it takes up less space and is easier to transport than black pipe

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Easily Bend Around Corners

Simply bend around corner without cutting, threading, or additional fittings

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Male & Female Fittings

Standard Male and Female Pipe Threads for easy connections

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Termination Flange

Provides a smooth transition between csst and standard pipe

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Union Fittings

Easily extend your run of CSST

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Bonding Clamp

Bond or ground CSST or rigid pipe

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Easily Bends Around Corners

Flexible CSST eliminates need for elbow fittings to turn corners

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Lighter than Steel Pipe

CSST pipe is 80% lighter than steel pipe

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Faster Installation

Over 65% faster to install than black pipe, with no need to cut or thread

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Fewer Fitting Connections

With fewer fittings needed your install will be faster and safer

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Seismically Qualified

Due to the flexible nature CSST is much safer than black pipe in an earthquake

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Complete the Project

See HOME-FLEX CSST Collection for all the tools you need to complete the project

HOME-FLEX 0-15 psi, Pressure Test Gauge. Ideal for performing pressure and leak checks on natural gas and propane piping systems. Pressurize your system to a maximum of 15 psi and observe the needle. If the needle drops, that indicates that there is a leak in the system.

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Product Weight (lb.).55 lb1.25 lb.55 lb
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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
1.25
Product Height (in.)
3.1
Product Width (in.)
2.75

Details

Accessory Type
Gauge
Maximum pressure reading (psi)
15
Pack Size
1
Product Weight (lb.)
1
Returnable
180-Day

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
Limited Warranty

Questions & Answers

10Questions25Answers

Can I use this gauge to test water pressure on my boat engine (maximum pressure never over about ...

Asked by JPT June 29, 2020
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I saw no caution on the packaging regarding gas use only, therefore, i assume liquid pressure testing is allowed with this tool.

Where do you attach this..... can you take the cover off the "drip leg" and screw this on??

Asked by Gene December 5, 2019
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I got it and figured it out..... I got a 3/4 piece of pipr and screwed it in to the pipe going into the house after I disconnected meter (gas had been cut off of course by gas company), turned the valves off to the water heater, furnace and gas dryer the filled the lines with 10 pounds of compressed air and let it sit and sprayed connections for leaks ( did not find any and gas company came back out and turned gas back on).

What fitting do I need to fit the part for the air compressor

Asked by Eza July 9, 2019
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The kind you use to fill your car tires.

I tested a new line before connecting it to the gas feed. It held the pressure for over an hour.After 24he dropped 12psi

Asked by Dom February 8, 2019
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The cold could lower the pressure slightly yes but not much. You should use an ounce gauge to effectively check pressure instead of a pound gauge (Psi) because it will give you a more accurate reading for the low pressure that will be going through the line. Also unless you capped or plugged the line before the furnace or hot water tank etc... there is also a high chance of blowing the regulator with the pressure going over 1.5 Psi max and you can damage the seal on any connection by going over 3-5 psi. You should essentially be able to pressurize the line and come back a month later with absolutely no loss.

Can this b used to test pump pressure on kerosene heaer

Asked by Phil December 17, 2018
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No, please do not use it for that purpose.

Does this work on 1/2” or 3/4” NPT pipe?

Asked by Boogle December 12, 2018
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Works on 3/4”.

Can you use this to pressure test a fuel line for gasoline?

Asked by Dick September 25, 2018
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No

Is this a spring gauge or a diaphragm gauge? The code inspector said I needed to use a diaphrag...

Asked by George August 6, 2018
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Hi George, this gauge is not a diaphragm gauge. It uses a bourdon tube mechanism.

Can i use this on test water pressure?

Asked by Mat April 13, 2018
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No. Water pressures are typically too high for this gauge. Look for a water pressure gauge.

I picked this one up at Home Depot to do a pressure test of my gas line checking for leak. I ins...

Asked by PriceySoCal May 24, 2017
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No need a digital manometer to test low pressure

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Perfect for inflatable high pressure kayaks
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My inflatable kayak must be pumped up to 10 PSI. Over inflation can destroy it. Except for rotating the gauge 90 degrees for easier viewing, I used this product as-is. I'm very happy with the product.
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Perfect for Natural Gas Pressure Test
This gauge was just what I needed for my underground gas line pressure test and inspection.I used this for my pressure test and inspection on the 1-1/4" underground gas line I ran out to my detached garage. Since the adapter is 3/4" I used a reducer and a small 3/4" pipe nipple.I tested the line at 10psi for 4 hours and had no leaks at the gauge like a few other people have seen so maybe I was lucky. For the inspection I only had to fill the system to 5psi and it had to hold for 10mins, so I had no problem passing.
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After running 120' of black iron gas pipe in our new construction house, I picked up this gauge f...
After running 120' of black iron gas pipe in our new construction house, I picked up this gauge from Home Depot to check for leaks. I was saddened to find our newly installed pipe would gradually lose pressure. Nothing drastic but losing pressure nonetheless. I checked every single fitting twice with leak detection fluid and kept coming up with nothing. Eventually I found some reviews stating this gauge could leak. So I removed it and temporarily installed it onto a short piece of pipe that I know wouldn't leak to see if it would hold pressure. After seeing the gauge lose some pressure in a matter of minutes, I knew something was wrong. Sure enough, after putting some leak detection fluid on the schrader valve, the magic bubbles appeared! You can see the bubbles foaming out from the leaky schrader valve. Pretty frustrated this junk gauge caused me to spend a lot of time chasing a nonexistent leak.
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Response from VPC, Home-Flex ExpertMarch 26, 2019
I am sorry to hear that you had trouble with your gauge TG. It is covered by a warranty. Did you exchange it at your local The Home Depot store? ValenciaPipe
Good job
Good job
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I don’t like writing bad reviews but these gauges are cheaply made. If you accidentally hit it th...
I don’t like writing bad reviews but these gauges are cheaply made. If you accidentally hit it the glass pops out and the gauge needle bends and get stuck and it can’t be used. For the price I shouldn’t complain but they are one use and done if you even get that. I bought 3 of them to do one test. You have to really baby these gauges or they break quickly. In this picture I was filling adding air and it was in a tough spot it slipped the fill end hit the gas meter below and broke. The normal supply house was closed so I had to settle for these gauges and I won’t buy again.
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Response from VPC, Home-Flex ExpertMay 8, 2018
I am sorry that you are not satisfied with our gauge, The lens should not have popped off easily. If possible, give ,me a call so I can try to assist. (661-257-3923 We are here from 8-5 Pacific Time, M-F. Ask for Jon ValenciaPipe
nice compact test assembly, fits in toolbox well. needs 3/4"...
nice compact test assembly, fits in toolbox well. needs 3/4" male pipe stub to attach to, so if your appliance has only 1/2" gas pipe outlet, you'll need a 1/2" x 3/4" F x F reducer coupler & 3/4" nipple. Our company typically tests to 5 psi for 1/2 hr or 10 psi for 15 minutes.
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Unit leaked at the base of the gauge
I leaked tested all the connections and all of them were good went back and leak checked the gauge and found it was leaking at the base of gauge. Waste of time and money!!!!
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Patience test not pressure
Don't waste your time with this POS. The Schrader valve stem was set too deep so I couldn't even pressurize the system. Had to take the gauge off the system and rig up a way to back out the valve stem. That wasted 30+ minutes b/c I didn't have the right tool and had to McIver it. Once I could pressurize the run of gas pipe, it leaked! Yikes, don't want to blow up the house! Oh, wait a minute, it leaks from the 3/4 in fitting on the gauge. And from around the Shrader valve stem. [deleted expletives] Yeah, save yourself the waste of time and frustration and spend real money on a real gauge. Or roll the dice and buy this and hope you're one of the lucky guys who got one that was assembled correctly and machined right so that it works right out of the box.
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Leaks. Will not hold pressure. Only put...
Leaks. Will not hold pressure. Only put 10 psi in it and it leaked out in 5 minutes. Would like better quality
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First one leaked internally. Though it was an anomaly. Exchanged...
First one leaked internally. Though it was an anomaly. Exchanged for another one. It too leaked. Very bad for gas pipe leak checking as I chased pipe leaks all over the house and then found the test gauge was the leak source.
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