The Cameron (diaphragm) type Mud Gauge has been in the oil field approximately fifty-five years. It's primary function is to measure the flow of mud as it purges downhole debris, and give warning of any blockage, therefore; guard against damage to equipment and personnel. M&F Gauge has been repairing and manufacturing new gauges for over forty (50) years. M&F Gauge also offer Type F flange and nutted gauges to our customers specified sizes and pressures. All gauges are calibrated to within 1% tolerance.
A complete line of gauges are available in standard pressure and conversion tables. Whether the need is standard service, salt water service or corrosive resistant (H2S), M&F Gauge can meet your Mud Gauge needs.
In addition to the manufacture of new and repair of used Mud Gauges, M&F Gauge offers a complete repair service for most other types of Mud Gauges and Weight Indicators. We also have a full service machine shop, punch press, tool & die, QA and assembly department to manufacture any other items our customers may need.
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Customer satisfaction is very important to M&F Gauge. All new gauges are warranted against defects in material and workmanship for one year after the original date of purchase from the Agent, Supply Store or Customer. Proof of date of purchase from Agent, Supply Store or Customer is required to obtain the warranty. The warranty includes parts and labor or replacement of the gauge which ever is necessary to correct the problem. Warranted products will be returned with freight charges prepaid. Repaired or replaced products are warranted for the balance of the original warranty period, or at least 90 days.
All rebuilt gauges will be warranted for a period of 90 days after the original date of purchase from the Agent, Supply Store or Customer. Proof of date of purchase from Agent, Supply Store or Customer is required to obtain the warranty. This warranty does not apply if a gauge has failed due to improper installation, product abuse or misuse, accidental damage, over pressuring, or the pressure relief valve not being installed.