Join Date: Aug 2009
Location: Washington, the state
That is a good looking manometer in the pic.
One thing to keep in mind that the height of the legs must relate to the specific gravity of the fluid. 30" of mercury equals 33' of water (each is one atmosphere). The special manometer fluids are high specific gravity, therefore the legs can be short. Water, ATF, etc., with low specific gravity must have longer legs.
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