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Water Level Gauge

1932


The Water Level Gauge displays the level of water within a boiler.

 The level can be seen in the centre glass on the gauge, which is also known as the gauge glass.

The gauge is made from a thin strip of mica, which is less than 1/32 of an inch thick. It is held in place with steel clamps.

The strip of mica holds steam and water at 425 pounds of pressure.

 

Manufacturer: Micasight

Type: Flat Clamp

Active pressure: 425 psi

Mica thickness: 0.035 in (0.5 mm)

Range: 10 inches

Temperature: 500º F


Author: ephf

Edmonton Power Historical Foundation is a non-profit society dedicated to preserving the history of electric power in the City of Edmonton and the Province of Alberta, for the education and entertainment of current and future generations.

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Hours of operation 2021

We are happy to announce that with the easing of Covid restrictions, the Edmonton Power Historical Foundation museum will be open to the public for the first time since March 2020! On August 21, 2021 the Leduc West Antique Society will open it's gates to the public for the fall Tractor Pull, and on September 17 & 18 LWAS will be hosting the Lesco Distributors Pro Show n' Shine for Semi Trucks. The EPHF museum will be open for both these events, so come on out and visit us!

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