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Pressure gauges

Page 12 Instruments

RAF Pressure gauges are generic instruments, the aircraft shown in our adds did use the parts shown but they may of coarse been used in a different type of aircraft . If you are not sure what part you require then please contact us and I will do my best to advise you on the most suitable purchase.

Page 1 Instruments home.  Page 2 Airspeed indicators.    Page 3 Altimeters.    Page four Boost gauges.    Page five Clocks and compasses. Page Six Climb and descend.          Page 7 Directional indicators    

 Page 8 Fuel gauges        Page 9 Flap Indicators  Page 10 Brake Gauges   Page 11 Oxygen gauges  Page 12 Pressure gauges   Page13 Revolution Counters   Page 14 temperature gauges

  Page 15 Turn and slip and artificial Horizon  Page 16 Undercarriage indicators  Page 17 Trim gauges  Page 18 Volt and Ammeter

There are two distinct types of capillary oil pressure gauge and this is the fighter type with a 10Ft capillary. Its complete with the capillary attached. Includes mounting bracket.

A/M 6A/556

Perspex needs a clean.

Spitfire Oil Pressure gauge (instruments page12 Pressure gauges 1)

Here we have a  Oil pressure gauge as used in RAF Fighters including the Spitfire and Hurricane.

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Click on the pictures to enlarge You can see the gauge in situ in the ME 262 cockpit above.

ME 262 and HE 162 fuel pressure gauge (instruments page12 Pressure gauges 2)

Here is a  fuel pressure gauge only used in the ME 262 and the HE 162 German Jets.

Werk nos 353479   FL 20504-10

Above the ME 262

Above the HE 162

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Luftwaffe fuel pressure gauge FL 20504-1 (instruments page12 Pressure gauges 3)

Here we have a  German fuel pressure gauge used in the Ar79, Bu131, Bu153, He46, He72, Ju234, Klem L35 all these aircraft are generally late 1930s small German aircraft used for training.

FL 20504-1 

Above the Klem L35

Above the Klem 79

 

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Luftwaffe fuel pressure gauge FL 20504-1 (instruments page12 Pressure gauges 4)

Here we have a  German fuel pressure gauge used in the Ar79, Bu131, Bu153, He46, He72, Ju234, Klem L35 all these aircraft are generally late 1930s small German aircraft used for training.

 

The glass needs a good clean and one lug is broken.

FL 20504-1 

 

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WW1 Oil Pressure Gauge (instruments page12 Pressure gauges )

Here we have a  WW1 Oil pressure gauge

This is manufactured by S.Smith & Sons

Gauge Reads 0 -160 psi

This Could have been used in a variety of aircraft such as the Royal Aircraft Factory SE5

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Oil Pressure gauge sender unit (instruments page12 Pressure gauges 7)

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This extract was taken from a book produced by Alan Hume. I will be uploading a complete set of Alan's books on a variety of subjects and essential reading for the serious collector and restoration expert alike.

There were two types of oil pressure gauge used by the RAF in WWII. The early type which used a capillary and the MK XIIC which has a threaded tube at the back of the instrument as seen above.

The capillaries are notoriously fragile and a break in the pipe would involve the complete replacement of both gauge and sender as they cannot be repaired once broken, using this type of sender would avoid complete replacement if a fault developed.

This is the sender unit for this type of gauge. It appears in excellent order with its wire seals intact .

 

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Oil Pressure gauge MK XIIc (instruments page12 Pressure gauges 8)

This is a boxed A1 condition oil pressure gauge. It is a MK XII which uses a separate sender unit and tube. The sender unit is available above. Complete with mounting bracket. Used in all types of wartime RAF aircraft from Spitfire to Lancaster.

Dated 1943

A/M 6A/1736

N/A

Oil Pressure gauge MK XIIc 2 (instruments page12 Pressure gauges 9)

 

This is a used oil pressure gauge in good original condition. It is a MK XII which uses a separate sender unit and tube. The sender unit is available above. Complete with mounting bracket.

 

 Dated 1944

 

Seen under the Hawker Tempest in service in 1944

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Pressure gauge (instruments page12 Pressure gauges 10)

Dated 1943 0-500 Llbs

A/M 6A/1596

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Oil Pressure gauge with cap (instruments page12 Pressure gauges 12)

This is a Oil Pressure gauge as fitted to Spitfire's and Hurricanes and many other RAF wartime aircraft including the Lancaster. Complete with it's original capillary intact.

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Hurricane Hydraulic pressure gauge (instruments page12 Pressure gauges 13)

In its original box, superb condition this gauge was fitted in Hurricanes and probably other aircraft types.

A/M 6A/751

 0-2000 lbs

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Lancaster Suction gauge (instruments page12 Pressure gauges 14)

Suction gauge used on the Lancaster main panel. Also used in a variety of other RAF WWII aircraft This is an excellent example in its original box complete with fixing bracket.

Dated 1942  A/M 6A/757

Above seen in situ in a Lancaster

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Fuel Pressure gauge long cap (instruments page12 Pressure gauges 16)

This is a fuel pressure gauge with long capillary for Bomber use very rare compared to the oil pressure gauges. In its original box and in a very good condition

Dated 1942 A/M 6A/1390

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Short capillary Yellow Oil pressure gauge (instruments page12 Pressure gauges 17)

The original number 6A/552 has been scratched out and 6A/556 scratched into the case. Dated 1942.  This has a short capillary so for fighter use fitted to Spitfires Hurricanes and other Single seat RAF wartime fighters. Comes in original box in good condition complete and undamaged capillary.

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Oil Pressure gauge USAF (instruments page12 Pressure gauges 19)

A USAF pressure gauge

AN5771-2   D-103

Northern Engineering and MFG Co

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Beaufighter pressure gauge (instruments page12 Pressure gauges 22)

Hydraulic Pressure gauge off a Beaufighter 0-2000Ib.

Supplied in original box. Fitted to Beaufighters, Hurricanes and probably other wartime RAF aircraft.

Mk VIII

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Spitfire Fighter type Oil pressure (instruments page12 Pressure gauges 23)

Mint condition unused and sealed oil rectangular pressure gauge with 10ft capillary so for fighter use. This will be opened once purchased and checked before despatch unless other wise instructed.

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Desynn type oil pressure gauge (instruments page12 Pressure gauges 26)

Used in late wartime and early post war aircraft. I have seen these fitted to the Avro Lincoln, as with most gauges probably fitted to several types of aircraft.

The Avro Lincoln.

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Desynn type Fuel pressure gauge (instruments page12 Pressure gauges 27)

Used in late wartime and early post war aircraft.

Out of stock

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Capillary type pressure gauge  (instruments page12 Pressure gauges 28)

Post war pressure gauge.

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Pressure sender unit  (instruments page12 Pressure gauges 29)

This is a fuel pressure sender unit fitted to various aircraft types I have seen these fitted to early Spitfires and even the Swordfish.

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Pressure sender unit  (instruments page12 Pressure gauges 30)

This is a fuel pressure sender unit fitted to various aircraft types I have seen these fitted to Spitfires and even the Swordfish.

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Hydraulic pressure gauge (instruments page12 Pressure gauges 31)

Fitted to Hurricanes and almost certainly other wartime aircraft.

Seen in situ above this is the later type which we also hold in stock.

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Fuel pressure gauge. (instruments page12 Pressure gauges 33)

Fuel pressure gauge used in link trainers and has the screw attachment on the back non capillary type. Great for use in an early Mk i/II Spitfire display panel.

Mk I Spitfire Cockpit.

       

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Fl 20516-2

 

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Me 262 He 162 Fuel pressure gauge (instruments page12 Pressure gauges 34)

Here is a original pressure gauge used in the ME 262 and He 162 the worlds first jet fighters

Fl 20516-2

Me 262

He 163

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The Grumman Hellcat was also used by the Royal navy during WWII seen under in FAA markings.

 Grumman Hellcat Pressure gauge (instruments page12 Pressure gauges 35)

Cabin pressure gauge as used in the Grumman Hellcat. The Grumman F6F Hellcat was the principal carrier-based fighter America had in the Pacific War.

Seen under the Grumman Hellcat.

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 USAAF Oil Pressure Warning Unit (instruments page12 Pressure gauges 36)

Here we have a Oil Pressure Warning Unit as Used by the USAAF

Type 3131-1-A

106A/1486

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Imperial Japanese Army Air Service Oil Pressure Gauge  (instruments page12 Pressure gauges 38)

Here we have a Oil Pressure Gauge as Used in the Nakajima Ki-43

 This was a generic Instrument so would have been used in other Imperial Japanese Army Air Service Fighters

The Nakajima Ki-43 Hayabusa ("Peregrine Falcon") was a single-engine land-based tactical fighter used by the Imperial Japanese Army Air Force in World War II. The Army designation was "Army Type 1 Fighter" the Allied reporting name was "Oscar", but it was often called the "Army Zero" by American pilots for its side-view resemblance to the Mitsubishi A6M Zero that was flown by the Japanese Navy.

The aircraft fought in China, Burma, the Malay Peninsula, New Guinea, the Philippines, South Pacific islands and the Japanese home islands

Nakajima Ki-43

Seen in Situ Below in the Ki-43

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Fuel Pressure gauge long cap  (instruments page12 Pressure gauges 39)

This is a fuel pressure gauge with long capillary for Bomber use very rare compared to the oil pressure gauges.

In comes without it's box but is still in a good condition

It has the Mounting Bracket Attached to the Capillary

Dated 1942

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Fuel Pressure gauge  (instruments page12 Pressure gauges 40)

 

Round Fuel Pressure Gauge

Air Ministry Marked

6A/230

Dated 1944

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Luftwaffe Dual Fuel and Oil Pressure Gauge  (instruments page12 Pressure gauges 42)

Here we have a Dual Pressure Gauge Used by the Luftwaffe

It Carries the Part Number FL 20512-1

0-1 Kg/Cm2

0-10Kg/Cm2

Used in a Variety of Luftwaffe Aircraft

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  Page 1 Instruments home.  Page 2 Airspeed indicators.    Page 3 Altimeters.    Page four Boost gauges.    Page five Clocks and compasses. Page Six Climb and descend.          Page 7 Directional indicators     Page 8 Fuel gauges        Page 9 Flap Indicators  Page 10 Brake Gauges  Page 11 Oxygen gauges

Page 12 Pressure gauges   Page13 Revolution Counters   Page 14 temperature gauges    Page 15 Turn and slip and artificial Horizon

Page 16 Undercarriage indicators  Page 17 Trim gauges  Page 18 Volt and Ammeter

 

 


       

 


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