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Mountable 0-16 Bar Pressure for Gaggia Espresso Machine

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Mountable 0-16 Bar Pressure / Pressure Gauge Tester

If you’ve adjusted the pressure on your Gaggia machine and want to precisely control the pressure coming into your basket, this kit is for you.

Why choose it:

Test the pressure: Use this pressure tester to measure the right pressure, which is typically around 9 bars according to most Gaggia users.

Easy to connect: The kit includes a 3/8″ connection that you can attach directly to the end of your Gaggia original portafilter.

Convenient package: The kit comes with a Teflon sealing and a pressure gauge (nanometer). Note that the portafilter is not included.

With this kit, you can fine-tune your espresso extraction and enjoy a more consistent and satisfying cup.


Difference between normal and glycerin pressure gauges.

Fill Fluid: A glycerin pressure gauge is filled with a filling fluid called glycerin, whereas a normal pressure gauge does not use any fill fluid or typically uses a water-based filling fluid.

Vibration Damping: The glycerin filling in a glycerin pressure gauge helps absorb vibrations, resulting in more stable measurements. Normal pressure gauges, on the other hand, may be more sensitive to vibrations.

Application Areas: Glycerin pressure gauges are commonly preferred in environments with vibrations or potential impacts. They are suitable for industrial machinery, hydraulic systems, and high-vibration environments. Normal pressure gauges, on the other hand, are widely used for general purposes.

In summary, a glycerin pressure gauge is more resistant to vibrations and provides more stable measurements due to the glycerin filling. Normal pressure gauges, on the other hand, are more suitable for general applications.

 

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