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AIM WRG gauges

How to replace an active inverted magnetron and/or wide range gauge tube

Replacing the gauge tube on your Edwards Active Inverted Magnetron (AIM) or Wide Range Gauge (WRG) does not have to be complicated. We will take you through the process of replacing the AIM or WRG gauge tube, so that you can get back to business. 

Wondering when to replace the gauge tube? It's a simple decision

  1. If the gauge tube is broken or contaminated.
  2. If atmospheric or vacuum adjustment cannot be achieved (WRG200 only).
  3. If the Pirani or striker filaments are damaged (WRG200 only).

At Edwards, we prioritize precision, reliability, and ease of use, ensuring that our gauges deliver optimal performance when you need it most. Explore our innovative gauge solutions today to elevate your measurement capabilities to new heights.

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