Refrigeration gauges are tools for
measuring and keeping an eye on different aspects of a refrigeration system.
They help technicians identify issues and make modifications by giving
important information about the system's operational circumstances. The suction
line and discharge line are two examples of locations where these gauges are
typically attached to pressure taps or ports in a refrigeration system. Refrigeration
gauges measure the pressure in the suction line, which is normally on the low
side of the refrigeration system. In order to evaluate the cooling capacity of
the system and identify problems like low refrigerant charge, constrained
airflow, or a malfunctioning compressor, these devices deliver information on
the refrigerant's pressure as it enters the compressor.