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HM 150.02 Dead-Weight Piston Gauge Print page
Technical Description

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The benchtop unit contains a Bourdon tube manometer as the test object and a piston manometer for generating the test pressure. A very precise and reproducible calibration pressure is generated by loading the calibrated piston with weights. The known pressure is applied to the test manometer. Hydraulic oil is the medium for transmitting the pressure. The transparent scale on the manometer allows the spring tube mechanism to be clearly seen.

Learning Objectives / Experiments
Principle of operation of a Bourdon tube manometer
Calibration of a manometer with a known applied pressure
Determination of the systematic error
Features
Function of a Bourdon tube manometer
Alternative products
WL 203 -- Methods of Pressure Measurement
Specification
[1] Bourdon tube pressure gauge as manometer
[2] Manometer with transparent scale
[3] Manufactured from corrosion resistant materials
[4] Components arranged on base plate 400x400mm
[5] Set of weights
[6] Medium for transmitting pressure: hydraulic oil
Technical Data
Manometer: diameter: 160mm, measuring range: 0...2.5bar, graduation: 0.1bar
Diameter of pressure piston: 12mm
Weights: support, 0.334bar; 1x 0.166bar; 4x 0,5bar
Dimensions and Weight
l x w x h : 400 x 400 x 400 mm
Weight : approx. 25 kg
Scope of Delivery
1 experimental set-up, fully assembled on a base plate, 1 set of weights, 1 instruction manual
Order Details
070.15002 HM 150.02 Dead-Weight Piston Gauge
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