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A gauge for testing pressure after the production of a vacuum.
- ‘It is important to judge engine performance by the general location and action of the needle on a vacuum gauge, rather than just by a vacuum reading.’
- ‘When the acetone enters the vacuum system there will be a spike in the pressure you will see on your vacuum gauge.’
- ‘The company markets a wide range of compact vacuum gauges, transducers, controllers and complete vacuum regulation systems designed to ensure optimal performance of vacuum processes.’
- ‘This vacuum gauge is operated with a rotor that spins at a constant speed.’
- ‘Any vacuum gauge that reads up to 30 inches of mercury will be fine in this application.’
vacuum gauge/ˈvakˌyo͞o(ə)m ɡāj/
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