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Jerguson Gage and Valve Company

Since 1905, Jerguson® gages have been installed on everything from the Stanley Steamer to the most advanced nuclear aircraft carrier. Today, Jerguson offers the widest range of liquid level gages in the world!

Series 140 ValvesJerguson Gage & Valve is well known as the premier supplier of direct reading and remote level indication devices with over 90 years of experience. The name Jerguson is recognized worldwide as the leading manufacturer of liquid level gage glass assemblies, safety ball check isolation valves, magnetic gages and many other related accessories. Jerguson offers a wide range of level indication equipment for normal and severe service requirements with the flexibility to engineer and design for customer specific applications. As the pioneer of armored gages and isolation valves, Jerguson has developed over 100,000 special designs to meet customer needs. These include alloys from aluminum to zirconium, in virtually any size and mounting configuration. Jerguson continues to develop innovative products such as fiber optic gage illumination, microwave level sensors, and 4-20 mA output transmitters and point switches for magnetic gages.

Series 56 ValvesFor direct visual indication of process level, a broad range of flat-glass transparent or reflex gages are available to meet most temperature and pressure conditions. Tubular styles are also available, along with a complete line of both straight and offset pattern valves. Only Jerguson offers the "Gage and Valve Selector" a slide-rule type of tool for fast, accurate and simple gage and valve specification. Ask for your free gage & valve selector today !

Jerguson provides you a single source level measurement and control solution, bringing an entirely new plateau of technology to remote level indication. Jerguson introduces Tuning Fork Frequency Shift, Ultrasonic Gap, Displacer, Non-Contact Ultrasonics as well as Capacitance Technologies. This variety of measurement technologies allows you to select a product for nearly any type of level application.

One of the simplest techniques for indicating liquid level is by means of a direct reading device Armored Level Gage with which the level can be seen visually. A common method of providing such visual indication is by installing direct reading gages in the vessel itself. These direct reading gages are placed at different locations or points to indicate the liquid height. More often, separately mounted gage glasses are used to provide a continuous indication of level over a certain vertical distance on the vessel.

Jerguson Boiler Gages and Valves are rugged, high-quality products constructed of the finest materials. Assemblies are designed and built for years of dependable operation. They meet A.B.S. and U.S.C.G. regulations and A.S.M.E. Sec. 1, code requirements for use on fired pressure vessels.

The Jerguson Magnicator® II is designed for safe and reliable measurement and control of process liquid levels on almost any size and type of tank or vessel. The Magnicator® II is suitable for many applications in hostile environments (i.e., extreme pressures/temperatures, shock and vibration, etc.) where other manufactures' products fail.

Total System Reliability Begins Here ! The TRU-LEVEL is a direct connected manometric instrument using the slack diaphragm principle to sense and indicate changes in the liquid level for boiler drums, heaters and steam/condensate applications.

Jerguson Welding Pad Gages are used where conventional gage and valve construction is impractical because of (1) solid matter in suspension, (2) under conditions where the thermal error caused by piping to a gage glass cannot be tolerated, or (3) where space requirements suggest their use. Included are applications involving high vibration, highly viscous liquids or liquids with considerable amounts of solids, Jerguson offers end users a flat or radius weld pad gage. Because there is no nipples through which the process liquid enters the gage, clogging potential is eliminated.

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