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DES-CASE High Temperature Oil Sight Glasses

Inspect oil and drain water out of your reservoir with the original solution to oil inspection problems. With the Des-Case Oil Sight Glass (OSG) users have an immediate visual inspection of the oil and the ability to drain any accumulated water. The DES-CASE OSG is installed directly to a drain port located at the bottom of a reservoir or with an elbow for drain ports located on the side of the equipment. The spring loaded drain valve is utilised to purge any accumulated water. Any sediment or particles in the lubricating fluid will migrate to the DES-CASE OSG where, upon inspection, the user can determine the appropriate action.

 

Specifications

Material:

Stain-resistant acrylic

Brass fittings standard

Recommended Temperature Range:

-40°C to 93°C

Maximum Operating Pressure:

65 psi / 4.48 bar

Chemical Compatibility:

All mineral and synthetic oils

Available Options:

1/4", 3/8", and 1/2" NPT ports

1oz and 3oz sizes

Stainless steel fittings

Magnetic drain valve for collecting ferrous material

Application:

Pumps, Gearboxes, Storage Tanks, Fluid-Lubricated Machinery, etc.

 

The following options are available:

  • Part Number: DC-OSG1x250HT – Description: Oil Sight Glass 1 oz x 1/4" NPT High Temperature
  • Part Number: DC-OSG1x375HT – Description: Oil Sight Glass 1 oz x 3/8" NPT High Temperature
  • Part Number: DC-OSG1x500HT – Description: Oil Sight Glass 1 oz x 1/2" NPT High Temperature
  • Part Number: DC-OSG3x250HT – Description: Oil Sight Glass 3 oz x 1/4" NPT High Temperature
  • Part Number: DC-OSG3x375HT – Description: Oil Sight Glass 3 oz x 3/8" NPT High Temperature
  • Part Number: DC-OSG3x500HT – Description: Oil Sight Glass 3 oz x 1/2" NPT High Temperature

 

Please contact us on 01709 821002 or email: sales@neilson-hydraulics.co.uk for price and availability of the DES-CASE High Temperature Oil Sight Glasses (formerly ESCO).


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  • Manufactured by: DES-CASE


This product was added to our catalog on Thursday 31 March, 2016.

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