Pressure instruments

  • 09-Jul-2010 02:44 EDT
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Heise precision pressure instruments are used in specialty process applications and as calibration standards to provide the accurate measurements required for critical test, calibration, and process applications. Product configurations include the Heise 0.1% precision dial pressure gauge, the modular PTE-1 handheld calibrator, and accurate digital pressure indicators and transducers. With ranges from 0.009 to 100,000 psi (0.0006 to 6900 bar) and accuracies to ±0.025% full scale, Heise precision instruments provide accurate, reliable readings, while innovations such as modular sensor design and digital output transducer technology make the instruments suitable for most pressure measurement applications. The Model CMM pressure gauge features 660° of pointer travel for readability, while the PTE-1 measures pressure, flow, vacuum, leak rate, temperature, voltage, current, and change-of-state for switch testing.

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