Air Pressure Gauges are used in a variety of applications and settings to measure the pressure of air in a tank. Industrial environments where coatings and sealants are applied on a regular basis rely on a gauge's readings to ensure safety guidelines are being met, and application amounts are per specifications.
Gauges are manufactured to meet certain guidelines, as put forth by the American National Standards Institute, or ANSI, and are designed to different accuracy readings, depending on the application type. Pressure gauges can provide needed information when a machine malfunctions, allowing operators to attend to the problem before more serious problems develop. The design of the liquid gauge makes for less wear and tear, fewer problems with condensation and back-up, as well as a longer lifespan.