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Dwyer Instruments Unveils Low Pressure Calibration Pump

Dwyer Instruments,  a major player that offers various useful instruments at affordable prices in the instrumentation and controls market, has unveiled its latest model in the low-pressure calibration pump (LPCP) series.

Low Pressure Calibration Pump

The LPCP is using low air pressure as source for calibration. This low pressure pump’s pressure range is ± 5.8 psi and can change the air pressure effortlessly with high constancy.

The LPCP is manufactured with quick connectors in order to speed up the connection and disconnection of instruments. A heat insulator is placed between the pressure chamber and the cover of the instrument to reduce the heat dissipation during the standardization of the micro-pressure. The accuracy of the pressure measurement can be attuned up to 0.01 Pa or 0.0001 mbar.

The LPCP is suitable for standardizing precision pressure gauges, pressure transducers, and other similar pressure-measuring devices.


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