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3/4 in. Plastic Water Pressure Test Gauge

$1148
  • 3/4-inch hose connection
  • Easily attaches to outdoor hose bibb or water heater drain
  • Determine if an expansion tank or pressure regulator is needed.
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Product Overview

When you choose this hose connection gauge, you can rest assured that you're getting a quality product to test water supply pressures within a distribution system. Its red indicator hand holds at the highest reading registered for detection of thermal expansion pressure surges. Rubber garden hose washer included. Easy to install, no tools are required.
  • Made of steel for durability and strength
  • Easy to read indicator for detecting pressure surges
  • Features a copper alloy tube sensing element
  • Accuracy is ASME, type B
  • Easy to install with no tools
  • Works with many pipe materials

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ConnectionFemale Hose ThreadSweatFHT x MHTSweat
ApplicationPotable WaterNon-Potable WaterPotable WaterNon-Potable Water
Compatible Pipe MaterialMulti-PurposeBrassMulti-PurposeCPVC
Maximum Pressure (psi)20060250200
MaterialPlasticBrassStainless SteelBrass
Outlet Diameter (In.)3/41/23/41/2
Inlet Diameter (In.)3/41/23/41/2
Maximum Working Temperature (F)140110220250
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Specifications

Dimensions

Inlet Diameter (In.)3/4Outlet Diameter (In.)3/4
Product Depth (in.)1.12Product Height (in.)5
Product Length (in.)1 inProduct Width (in.)3

Details

ApplicationPotable WaterCompatible Pipe MaterialMulti-Purpose
ConnectionFemale Hose ThreadFeaturesRemovable,Threaded
Indoor/OutdoorIndoor,OutdoorMaterialPlastic
Maximum Pressure (psi)200Maximum Working Temperature (F)140
Pack Size1Product Weight (lb.).46
Returnable90-DayValve TypePressure Regulating

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Manufacturer WarrantyWatts (the "Company") warrants each product to be free from defects in material and workmanship under normal usage for a period of one year from the date of original shipment.

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  • 4.1
    out of 672 reviews
  • 71%recommend this product
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Peak Reading is Valuable
This easily screwed onto our standard garden hose fitting with my fingers. I left it attached for a full 24 hours. I really like the peak reading feature provided by the red needle. It allowed me to see the current pressure was staying around 48PSI while also showing that there was at least one peak reading around 62PSI. Please see attached image.
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    simple fix
    I bought this after reading several reviews that said the red high-pressure hand was too loose. When I installed the gauge I wrapped the shaft for the red hand under the knob with a couple of loops of sewing thread and tied a knot. This was adequate to dampen the movement of the red hand but still allow it to be moved by the black hand. I also found that adding more than a couple of loops of thread created too much drag for the black hand to move, which resulted in a low pressure reading.
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      3 found this review helpful
      simple water pressure gauge
      I used this to measure my pressure from an outdoor spigot, and then removed the outside connection and added it to my hot water heater line next to my expansion tank so I can always monitor the pressure by the heater. Some people complain the max dial is too loose - it's designed that way and works perfectly. I carefully set it right next to the black dial, and then let it be. After a week my max pressure was about 82psi. Easy to read dial, numbers are large and legible. Only complaint is the spigot attachment was extremely difficult to remove. It had some sort of glue, not sealant. But it works and measures accurately.
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        5 found this review helpful
        The gauge works good for checking your pressures. I used it to sett the pressure on my sprinkler ...
        The gauge works good for checking your pressures. I used it to sett the pressure on my sprinkler system and to monitor pressures from my well. I did leave it on my faucet during a rain storm and it got water on the inside of the meter lens, otherwise I would give it 5 stars.
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        1 found this review helpful
        Simple and easy to use. Needed this to check water pressure to properly inflate the expansion tan...
        Simple and easy to use. Needed this to check water pressure to properly inflate the expansion tank on my water heater
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        Installed easily. No leaks. No pressure indicated. Needle on opposite side of post from zero psi....
        Installed easily. No leaks. No pressure indicated. Needle on opposite side of post from zero psi. Wanting to check pressure and the low cost of gauge... attempting to fix was easy. Clear lid came off with little effort. Managed to push needle in opposite direction, slipping and catching, until resting at zero psi and... it worked. Confirming neighbors psi of 92. Not sure how the needle got on wrong side of stop and under tension. Gauge has worked since indicating slight pressure changes. No sign of package tampering. Just got the bad one I guess.
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        Response from WattsWaterOct 18, 2019
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        I'm sorry to hear you had trouble with this pressure test gauge. We would like the opportunity to help: please contact us via the form on our website or at the phone number below.

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        Watts team
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        6 found this review helpful
        I work for Gulf Coast Realty LLC in Fort Myers, Florida. I had a customer buying a high end cond...
        I work for Gulf Coast Realty LLC in Fort Myers, Florida. I had a customer buying a high end condo and they were worried about the water pressure. I put it on the washer hook up tap and it showed 53lbs slightly above the recommended amount. It gave everyone piece of mind and allowed my transaction to go through with confidence.
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        4 found this review helpful
        I only needed one gauge, but I bought two. This Watts 'IWTG' in the Plumbing department and I bo...
        I only needed one gauge, but I bought two. This Watts 'IWTG' in the Plumbing department and I bought a Rain Bird brand from the Irrigation department a couple of aisles over. I wanted to test the calibration between the two as I repaired our home's pressure reduction valve to reduce the inside pressure to about 50-55 psi. I hung the two gauges on both front and rear hose bib faucets and never did the two gauges read more than a 2-3 psi difference. I'm satisfied with this Watts gauge, and I recommend it as a good value. And I really only needed one of these, as it turned out.
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          17 found this review helpful
          I purchased this water pressure test gauge after having a faulty water pressure reducing value re...
          I purchased this water pressure test gauge after having a faulty water pressure reducing value replaced. As the reducing value was going out, our water pressure would jump to extremes. That along with defective PEX pipe resulted in three leaks in our home. The plumber that replaced the pressure reducing value had a test gauge similar to this one. His however was heavy and of much better quality than this one. He recommended I buy one and test my pressure monthly. I looked for one similar to his but this was the best could find. It only takes a few minutes to hook it up to the front yard water line to check the pressure. This gauge is plastic and feels kind of flimsy but I've used it four months and it's hold up nicely.
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          5 found this review helpful
          It works
          The pressure gauge has a thread to connect to test points (like on backflow prevention devices), and it has an adapter attached to connect it to a hose bib. It took a lot of force to unscrew the adapter. I stripped the adapter. It seems like it was glued in. I used PTFE tape to re-attach it. I took it apart. I think how it works is the water fills the flat copper tube, causing it to inflate, which pulls on the gear thing which rotates the needle.
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