Tronair 14-6884-6000 Aircraft High Pressure Strut Gauge (CE) - 0 to 3000 PSI

Tronair 14-6884-6000
Tronair 14-6884-6000
Manufacturer: Tronair
Part Number: 14-6884-6000
Condition: New
Rating: 5.0 Based on 1 customer review

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The Tronair 14-6884-6000 is a high pressure aircraft strut pressure gauge with a range of 0 to 3000 PSI. It is used to inflate or delfate the struts with nitrogen. Note: Nitrogen regulator is not included with this part number.

Standard Features

  • Certification documents are provided with all gauges
  • Service gauges protected by a rubber boot
  • Service gauges are liquid filled to maintain accuracy
  • Regulator Gauge Accuracy: ASME Grade B 3-2-3
  • Gauge Accuracy: ± Full Scale 1.5%
  • Digital Gauge Accuracy: ± Full Scale .25%
  • All gauges require annual calibration
  • Storage container standard for Service and Pressure Gauges

As an authorized Tronair Distributor, we sell factory OEM parts for the 14-6884-6000. Not sure exactly what part you need? Just describe it or send us a photo and we will research it for you if needed.

A few of the common parts we offer for this item are:
• Gauges
• Box / Carrying Case
• Couplings
• Gauge Boot
• Hose
Our recent order of a Strut Gauge from CGSE was seamless and easy. They responded in a prompt manner and the gauge arrived when promised. The gauge itself met our needs and requirements and was of a high quality. I would not hesitate to order from CGSE again in the future.