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Welcome to our Blog page. Our mission is to provide you with technical information that will help you better understand our pressure and temperature instruments. These blogs will provide knowledge and information that will help guide you to make the correct selection of instruments for your industries and applications.

Rob Rychlik, Marketing Manager Lead Generation

Rob Rychlik is the Marketing Manager Lead Generation at Ashcroft with responsibilities that include vertical marketing, product configurators and trade show events. In the past 34 years, Rob has held numerous roles in technical/sales support, EPC, marketing and product management. He’s earned an M.B.A. from Sacred Heart University and enjoys history, genealogy and travel.

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pressure gauge | instrument storage

How many times have you gone to the refrigerator for a glass of milk only to find it has spoiled? How about that classic car you want to drive, just to find the battery dead and tires flat? These are just two examples of how inadequate storage and lack of periodic inspections can significantly alter experiences. Your pressure gauge needs to be stored in a manner that ensures it’s in working order when you’re ready to use it. If not, it could end up damaged or out of calibration.

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Calibration | pressure gauge

Did you know that your pressure gauge can lose accuracy over time? No gauge can stay completely accurate forever. You need to regularly check the gauge’s accuracy to ensure it continues to provide correct readings for your application.

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Product Selection | pressure gauge | gauge replacement

Your pressure gauge performs an important role in your application, and if it stops working then your entire process can come to an abrupt halt. If you replace it with the wrong gauge, it can cost you time, money and the safety of your personnel. Replacing your pressure gauge with the most suitable match will ensure that your process can keep operating safely and efficiently. But how do you identify your existing gauge and the replacement you should buy?