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Volume 11, Issue 3 (Winter 2019)

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Winter 2018

Volume 10, Issue 2

Merry Christmas from all of us at NOSHOK!


NOSHOK would like to remind all of our customer & distributor partners that our offices will be closed on December 24th, 25th and a 1/2 day on December 31st, 2018, as well as a full day on January 1st, 2019.

Regular business hours will resume on January 2nd, 2019.

Happy holidays to all!


NEW Small Diameter Submersible Level Transmitter - Watch your e-mail for updates!


NEW! Extreme High Pressure Gauges, DIN 16001 Compliant

NOSHOK’s new generation 402/502 Series Extreme High Pressure Gauges are in compliance with the new DIN 16001 standard, which specifically addresses extreme high pressure ranges starting at 30,000 psi. 


NOSHOK’s Extreme High Pressure Gauges exceeded the minimum requirements of the specification by more than 20 times in our qualification cycle testing. These gauges are backed by our extended warranty.


Features include:

  • Solid front design with a blow out back in accordance to EN837, S3 Safety Pattern
  • Safety glass lens
  • Ranges from 0 psi to 30,000 psi through 0 psi to 85,000 psi
  • Most ranges available from stock for quick delivery
  • Multiple scales are available


Benefits include:

  • Improved load cycle stability
  • Improved calibration stability
  • Significantly longer service life
  • Reduced down time


These features combine to provide higher safety levels, improved reliability and reduced maintenance costs, resulting in a lower total cost of ownership.


NEW! Upgraded Differential Pressure Gauges,

Improved Delivery Times

NOSHOK is pleased to announce our re-engineered and expanded Piston Type and Diaphragm Type Differential Gauges. These new gauges provide increased capabilities, many more available options including switch and transmitter options, new 6" dial size, and significantly improved delivery times of 1 to 2 weeks for most models.

Available in 2-1/2", 4-1/2" and now all new 6" dial sizes, the upgraded NOSHOK 1000 Series Piston Type and 1100 Series Diaphragm Type Differential Gauges are compact gauges that feature a rugged engineered plastic gauge case and anodized aluminum and 316 Stainless steel wetted parts. A shatter-resistant acrylic lens is standard on all sizes and models.

These new NOSHOK Differential Gauges are now available with single and dual switch options, as well as a 4-20 mA transmitter option in a NEMA 4x IP65 plastic enclosure. A variety of mounting options, connections, o-ring and diaphragm materials are available. Options include mounting holes, pipe mounting kits, reversed ports and stainless steel tagging.

The 1000 & 1100 Series Differential Pressure Gauges are available dry or liquid filled, and backed by an increased 5 year warranty on all models.

These NOSHOK Differential Gauges are ideal for applications including:

  • Back flow testing
  • Heat exchangers
  • Filter monitoring
  • Flow indication
  • Level indication

New 1000 Series Piston Type


New 1100 Series Diaphragm Type


NEW Labeled Needle & Manifold Dust Caps

For additional clarity and efficiency, NOSHOK is now labeling all isolate, equalize and vent dust caps on all NOSHOK Needle and Manifold valves. The red, green and blue color coding method is standard in the industry, and labeling the dust caps provides an additional instant visual reference, which can prevent potential accidents.

This will be a running change, and will be fully implemented within the next several months.


NOSHOK Product Logo Update

You'll be noticing a change on your NOSHOK products!

The NOSHOK registered logo with the rectangular outline that you have been familiar with for over 50 years is being replaced with our current logo on all products. You've most likely seen our current logo on our website,

e-marketing, and in our literature for many years, and now all our gauges and instrument products will be consistent.

This will be a running change, and will be fully implemented within the next several months.