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Engine Peak Indicator (w/o handle) is equipment for easy and quick measurement of highest maximum peak pressure of the engines. The Engine Peak Indicator is made up of three main components namely check valve, a pressure gauge and an exhaust valve. Once the indication has been settled the highest peak pressure is directly read on to the dial with interior calibrations. This make no need for the time consuming diagram acquisition, area measurement with the help of a plan meter, or not even a use of scale for measurement.

Thus measuring the pressure using an Engine Peak Indicator becomes easier. The pressure gauge of the equipment is filled with oil, providing the equipment a great vibration resistance and outstanding heat resistance characteristics. The initial zero pressure can be set by opening up the exhaust valve after each measurement. This equipment finds application in the areas of shipping, industries, etc.

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