Brass marine Barometer 160mm

£275.00

Brass marine Barometer.  Top quality, heavy cast brass case.  Lacquered and varnished to give a highly polished finish which will not corrode in a marine environment.  Precision aneroid barometer.  Open dial allows the mechanism to be seen.  Hinged door design allows easy access to instrument for calibration without removing from bulkhead.  Fitted with rubber sealing ring to prevent moisture entering the movement. Bevelled mineral glass face.  Supplied with 3 brass screws for flange mounting. Perfect for sailing/boat use. Classical design makes attractive, useful addition for the home. Also available matching Clock and Time & Tide Clock

Overall Dimension:  160mm         Dial:  115mm

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Description

Brass marine Barometer.  Top quality, heavy cast brass case.  Lacquered and varnished to give a highly polished finish which will not corrode in a marine environment.  Precision aneroid barometer.  Open dial allows the mechanism to be seen.  Hinged door design allows easy access to instrument for calibration without removing from bulkhead.  Fitted with rubber sealing ring to prevent moisture entering the movement. Bevelled mineral glass face.  Supplied with 3 brass screws for flange mounting. Perfect for sailing/boat use. Classical design makes attractive, useful addition for the home.

Brass marine Barometers make useful gifts for sailing but also for anyone involved in outdoor activities/ animal care:  farmers, equestrian, golfers, gardeners, walkers

Barometers read the pressure of the immediate location where placed.  It will advise you of what weather to expect in the next 12 – 24 hours

How to ready your barometer:  The gold pointer in the glass should be turned so that it rests directly above the black barometer pointer.  The gold pointer acts as a marker enabling you to remember today’s pressure when you next look at your barometer.  You can thus see whether the pressure is rising or falling and how significant a rise or fall in pressure has occurred.   A rapid increase in pressure indicates a short period of good weather and a fast decrease indicates storms and strong winds approaching. 

A slow, constant increase in pressure indicates a period of settled, dry, sunny weather, whereas a steady decrease indicates persistent bad weather.

If the pressure falls considerably below 1000 millibars, you can expect storms and strong winds.

 

Additional information

Size

160mm, 190mm

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