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Typical Service Life of an Armored Glass Gage

Updated: Feb 10

We often get asked, "What is the typical service life of an armored glass gage?"


We had Jerguson Product Manager, Robert Bolin, answer this important question: "In general an armored glass gage will provide at least a year of service before needing to be maintained. This can vary wildly, based on the application that it is installed in. We have gages in non-critical service that have lasted in excess of 20 years. A key feature of a Jerguson armored level gage is that it contains a recessed gasket surface that allows you to re-mill rather than replace a gage. This allows you to maximize the service life of the equipment."


Check out our Jerguson Solutions, Animations, Operation, and Maintenance Videos in the resources section of jerguson.com for more helpful tips like this one. Below you can view the Proper Maintenance Procedure for a Jerguson Transparent Gage.


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