Ace AI-2300 High Pressure Hand Pump Calibrator

45,720.34

Ace AI-2300 High Pressure Hand Pump Calibrator measures pressure up to 600 Kg/cm2 whose principle of operation based on the movement of caliper handle operated manually which moves the piston back and forth leading to the formation of suction and deliver fluid used for pressure generation.

Applications:  Used for calibration purpose and testing for Vacuum and pressure gauges in laboratories, filter monitoring, room pressure monitoring.

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Product Description

Ace AI-2300 High-Pressure Hand Pump Calibrator manufactured by Ace Instruments measures pressure with handle operated manually.

Features of Ace AI-2300 Hand Pump Calibrator:

  • Selector valve for vacuum or pressure generation
  • Pressures to 600 psi
  • Vacuum to 28.5 inHg
  • Dual-source of pneumatic vacuum and pressure
  • High pneumatic pressure generation with minimal effort
  • Precision vernier control
  • Built-in fine adjust vernier
  • Needle valve provides controlled pressure release
  • Comfortable, ergonomically designed molded handles
  • Adjustable stroke and Extremely efficient

Additional Information

Weight 1.5 kg
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