Grout Gauge
Grout Gauge

Our industrial grout gauge caters for applications where a traditional diaphragm-sealed gauge may become blocked. Our standard grout probe was originally used for tunnelling and boring but is now used across various industries. The paper pulp probe has been designed for use at higher temperatures and the strengthened probe has a stainless steel insert making it ideal for coarse environments. All our grout gauges are glycerine filled as standard and we offer bespoke options such as customised dial printing, single/multiple scales and logos. We also offer a variety of adaptors and electrical contacts.


  • Nominal sizes: 50, 63, 100 & 160mm
  • Accuracy: ± 2 to 4 % FSD (subject to nominal size)
  • Ranges: From 0 to 4000 psi
  • Thread size: 1/2″ BSP male
  • Thread material: 316 stainless steel
  • Orientation: Bottom or rear entry
  • Probe material: Red PVC
  • Probe length: from 35-50mm below threads
  • Case filling: Glycerine
  • Case protection: Rubber shroud


  • Customer logo
  • Custom ranges
  • No filling, dry case
  • ½" NPT male connection
  • Electrical contact
  • Custom builds with integrated pressure transmitters

Calibration Notes

  • Traceable to national standards
  • UKAS

If you have any questions, please contact us on +44 (0) 117 965 4615 or visit our enquiry page and submit the form.

We can also customise our products to your specific needs.

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Leading industry standards

NQA ISO9001 Accredited and Achilles Affiliated

  • UKAS logo
  • Achilles logo
  • NQA UKAS logo
  • BEMA logo
  • QAS International ISO 14001:2025 logo

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