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Photo of typical depth gauge.

Depth gauge for conning tower, 10" diameter bezel, the glass face is 9" diameter, the engraved dial is about 8", the diameter of the dial plate is 8-1/2". These are called 8-1/2" gauges. The scale should read 17-175 foot for the conning tower, and 0-600 foot for the captains stateroom and control room dive station. We can create a replica dial if we can find the correct gauge body and tube. They were usually built by either US Gage or Ashcroft, either would be acceptable. Note that the 15-165 foot shallow water gauge in the photo above is on USS Cod in their conning tower and would be just as likely at 17-175 foot listed in our drawings. Anything close can be calibrated to the face value. We have created a replica, but we still want to find a real WW II depth gauge.

We also need the valves used for sea pressure and vent for the Conning Tower.

We would also like to find an extra max. 165 foot for the Roncador Conning Tower that is in storage.

600 foot us gauge
650 foot us gauge
gauge valve
gauge valves

 

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