A zero reading on a freon gauge manifold equals,?

A zero reading on a freon gauge manifold equals,

a, zero vacuum

b, zero atmospheric pressure

c, 14.7 atmospheric pressure

5 Answers

  • latenttraveler
    1 month ago

    What is a”freon” Gage manifold? Freon is a brand name.

    A and c are correct. zero on your gage indicates zero over normal atmospheric pressure and no vacuum

    B would be a Perfect vacuum.

  • B-Notable
    1 month ago

    This is a trick question. There is no such thing as a FreonĀ® gauge, I called and asked DupontĀ®.

  • CSpace
    1 month ago

    b, zero atmospheric pressure

    Atleast on mine as mine will show a negative pressure (vacuum) when I have the vacuum pump going until I hit -32 bars.

  • Foggy
    1 month ago

    B. 0 reading means no pressure whatsoever is on the system.

  • key-tone
    1 month ago

    a and c assuming the your current atmospheric pressure is the average pressure at sea level and you are reading a pressure scale and not temperature

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