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700HPPK Pneumatic Test Pump Kit

sku Product SKU:  FCL-700HPPK

USE THE 700HPPK JUST ABOUT ANYWHERE

The 700HPPK is designed to be at home in the lab or the field. Lightweight and portable, it features collapsible feet, built-in handhold, and a canvas carrying case, making it easy to carry to the field.

The 700HPPK works on just about any surface, so you don’t need a flat laboratory bench or flat area in the field.

With the 700HPPK, you don’t need to carry a lot of extra equipment or accessories. No PTFE tape or extra tools are required thanks to a swivel ¼ NPT female reference gauge connector that makes switching reference gauges fast and easy.

The pump kit is designed so that the calibration manifold attaches and detaches easily via quick detent pins. You won’t need to spend a lot of time setting it up or packing it away at the end of the day.

GENERATE HIGH PRESSURE ACCURATELY AND SAFELY FOR A WIDE WORKLOAD

The 700HPPK generates pressure up to 21 MPA (3000 psi) within 20 seconds to full scale into a 10 cm3 volume. A detachable pressure adjustment system and adjustment control knob enables users to make fine pressure adjustments to 0.1% of reading or better. The 700HPPK includes a 2 meter (6.5-foot ) pressure line and assorted pressure fittings, enabling you to connect a wide variety of DUTs for wide workload coverage. In fact, the 700HPPK covers at least five times more workload than standard range pneumatic pumps. An in-line filter system protects the system against contamination from the unit under test.

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Fluke Calibration 155X Stik Thermometer

sku Product SKU:  FCAL-155X Stik

Finally, a digital substitute for your mercury-in-glass thermometers! Accurate and repeatable to ± 0.05 °C over its full range, the 1551A/1552A “Stik Thermometer is the new “gold standard" of industrial temperature calibration. Whether working outdoors in environments where potentially explosive gases may be present or on the floor of a processing plant, the intrinsically-safe, battery operated, portable reference thermometer is designed to go where you work.
 

Features at a glance

  • Accuracy of ± 0.05 °C (± 0.09 °F) over full range
  • Intrinsically safe (ATEX and IECEx compliant)
  • Two models to choose from (-50 °C to 160 °C or -80 °C to 300 °C)
  • User-configurable temperature Trend/Stability indicator
  • Display temperature in °C or °F
  • Optional data logging to internal memory
  • 300-hour battery life
  • Percent battery-life and low-battery indicator
  • NVLAP-accredited, NIST-traceable calibration included

Thermometer probe and digital readout combined into one unit

The stainless steel probe and digital readout are fixed together and calibrated as a system. The accuracy specification is easy to understand since it includes all uncertainty components, including drift, for up to one year1. The large backlit LCD display rotates 90° degrees making it easy to read from any angle. A user-configurable stability/trend indicator lets you know when your temperature is stable enough to record an accurate measurement. A user-settable auto-off function extends typical battery life to three hundred hours. A low-battery indicator and stop-measure function prevent erroneous measurements from being made due to low battery life. A simple three-point calibration function allows you to easily and accurately calibrate the “Stik" Thermometer. Data logging to internal memory of up to 10,000 time-stamped measurements is optionally available.

Why calibrate process temperature sensors?

Because temperature greatly effects the accuracy of a volumetric measurement, process manufacturers of chemical, pharmaceutical, food or petroleum products require accurate temperature measurements—especially for processes where quality or custody transfer are regulated by government agencies. Since all temperature sensors are subject to drift with time, regular calibration or verification against a reliable reference thermometer is required. Finding a reference thermometer that is accurate, repeatable and robust, however, can be challenging.

What’s wrong with my reference thermometer?

Industrial reference thermometers available on the market today, such as mercury-in-glass thermometers (or “ASTM thermometers") and portable electronic thermometers are useful, but both come with inherent problems. Although accurate and repeatable, mercury thermometers are fragile. The risk of a mercury spill poses potential hazards to the environment and to the health of personnel. Many of the United States and European Union countries have already banned their use in industrial applications. Some organizations have replaced their mercury thermometers with more durable portable electronic thermometers, only to discover that the RTD probes lack the repeatability and dependability required of a legitimate reference thermometer.

The best alternative to mercury thermometers

The Fluke “Stik" Thermometer is accurate, stable and durable, making it the best alternative to mercury thermometers and existing electronic thermometers. The thin-film RTD sensor incorporates the same characteristics of other premium reference thermometers designed by Hart Scientific, but it is more robust and less susceptible to drift. Accuracy and repeatability, however, are not sacrificed for improved durability.

Using a glass-stem mercury- or spirit-filled thermometer at different immersion depths, or at significantly different ambient temperatures from which it was calibrated, may require the application of emergent-stem corrections that can be tedious but necessary to calculate an accurate measurement. This isn’t required with the “Stik" Thermometer. The sensor of the 1551A Ex requires a minimum immersion depth of only seven centimeters (2.8 inches), with no appreciable effect on the measured temperature due to heat loss through stem conduction. Some digital thermometers can become less accurate when used outside a narrow range of ambient temperatures. This isn’t the case for the “Stik" Thermometer. Your measurement remains accurate in ambient temperatures from -10 degrees to 50 degrees celsius (14 degrees to 122 degrees fahrenheit). With a superior probe design combined with electronic functions that assist accurate measurement, the “Stik" Thermometer surpasses the capabilities of other digital thermometers and is the perfect substitute for your mercury thermometers. 1In order to minimize sensor drift, the probe should always be protected from mechanical shock.

Five reasons to replace mercury thermometers

  1. Since the “Stik" Thermometer does not contain mercury, it is not subject to government-imposed bans. Government agencies worldwide have either banned or are seeking to ban the use and transportation of industrial mercury thermometers—this seems to be a growing trend.
  2. The stainless steel probe sheath of the “Stik" Thermometer is far more robust than the glass stem of a mercury thermometer and better suited for industrial environments. And since the “Stik" thermometer does not contain mercury, the risk of an accidental mercury spill is eliminated.
  3. When considering cost of ownership, a digital thermometer is less expensive than a mercury thermometer. With a mercury thermometer, you either invest in equipment or you hire out to clean up after a mercury spill.
  4. Mercury thermometers cannot be adjusted after calibration. The actual temperature must be calculated by applying corrections to the measured temperature. This costs time and is susceptible to calculation error. A digital thermometer does the math for you—the displayed temperature accurately represents the actual measured temperature.
  5. Emergent-stem corrections may also be required if the mercury thermometer is not used under the same conditions under which it was calibrated. A digital thermometer doesn’t require that you match calibration conditions to achieve an accurate measurement. You’re only required to meet the minimum immersion requirements—which is only seven centimeters (2.8 inches) in the case of the 1551A Ex.

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Fluke Calibration E-DWT Electronic Deadweight Tester

sku Product SKU:  FCAL-E-DWT

E-DWT-H breaks new ground, improving the hydraulic pressure calibration process. E-DWT-H is an electronic calibrator designed to replace mechanical, piston-cylinder and weight based deadweight testers. It’s a lighter, easier-to-use deadweight tester alternative that is at home in the lab or instrument shop, as well as in the field performing in-situ calibrations and tests. This complete hydraulic pressure calibration system combines the convenience and precision of continuous, realtime electronic pressure measurement with the simple and direct operation of high quality operator controlled pressure generation hardware. E-DWT-H one year measurement uncertainty is ± 0.02 % of reading with ranges up to 30,000 psi. It can be configured to provide this uncertainty from its full scale down to 1 % of its range. Built-in pressure generation and control hardware allow the operator to fill and prime the system under test and generate and precisely adjust pressure throughout the range with ease.

Broad workload coverage 
The E-DWT-H has the operational versatility to calibrate and test a broad range of pressure measuring instruments including:

  • Analog gauges
  • Transducers
  • Calibrators
  • Sensors
  • Transmitters

 

AutoTest™ lets E-DWT operators quickly define test points and adjust all of the range-dependent settings with a single function. 
The resolution and stability test used by the RPM4-E-DWT are set according to the range of the device under test. The upper limit setting is also set and provides range-based warnings and overpressure protection. While running AutoTests, the operator is prompted to set each sequential test point and test data is stored in the RPM4-E-DWT for recall or download. Typical test setup is quick and easy, but more complex tests can also be stored and reused.

Deadweight tester performance with digital measurement convenience 
E-DWT-H offers precision, low measurement uncertainty and the stability over time of a conventional deadweight tester without the inconveniences associated with the piston-cylinders, weights, hand pumps, and interconnecting plumbing.

  • No weights to load and unload or regularly send out for calibration
  • No need to know and correct for local gravity or ambient temperature
  • No piston-cylinder changes; switch Q-RPT ranges in seconds
  • Not sensitive to level or vibration
  • Able to set and read any pressure value exactly, no minimum increment limited by smallest available masses
  • Operates in any unit of measure while deadweight tester is typically limited to the pressure unit stamped on the mass
  • Perfect for applications that require setting a nominal pressure precisely on the device under test and measuring it, such as analog gauge calibration
  • On-board, AutoTest calibration routines and data acquisition
  • Interfaceable with a PC or laptop to allow for automated data acquisition
  • Two year calibration interval supported at measurement uncertainty of ± 0.025% of reading.
  • Easily recalibrated without crossfloating. Automated calibration of E-DWT-H is possible using COMPASS® for Pressure software.

 

Versatility to cover a broad workload in a variety of environments 
The E-DWT-H is at home in metrology and calibration labs, on the production floor or in the field. It operates with Sebacate calibration fluid, mineral oil, Skydrol® and other liquids. An optional battery/charger pack supports up to eight hours of operation away from line power.

All the features you expect in today’s state-of-the-art instruments, including:

Accuracy and performance 

  • One-year measurement uncertainty is ± 0.02% of reading from 10% to 100% with one Q-RPT, and from 1% to 100% with two Q-RPTs
  • Low torque variable volume allows for pressure generation up to 200 MPa (30,000 psi) with minimal physical effort
  • Separate fine adjustment tool for maximum, superfine control resolution
  • User defined resolution and ready limits enable user to optimize performance based on DUT specifications
  • High pressure isolation valve and pressure relief valve protect the low pressure reference transducer from over pressure when high pressure reference transducer is active

Ease of use

  • AutoRange feature optimizes measurement and safety features for the specific range of the instrument being calibrated
  • Simple rezeroing while vented at atmospheric pressure
  • Simple, objective pressure “ready/not ready indicator with user adjustable criteria to ensure repeatable results among operators
  • Not dependent on local gravity or ambient temperature
  • Sets and reads any pressure value directly in any unit of measure, without moving weights
  • Built-in priming system to fill system with test fluid and purge unwanted air to assure smooth operation
  • Optional foot switch accessory allows hands-free data collection when running AutoTests

Portability

  • Rechargeable battery pack option for eight hours of field operation
  • Everything to set, adjust and read pressure in one compact, transportable package
  • Optional shipping/carrying case with handles and wheels allows for easy transport to field application
  • Proven rugged and weatherproof design with room for accessories.

 

 

Automation

  • RS232 interface allows for real time automated data collection and customized report generation using DHI’s COMPASS® for Pressure calibration software



Free upgrades

  • Flash memory for simple and free embedded software upgrades from


www.dhinstruments.com

 

 

Automate data collection and manage calibration assets with COMPASS® for Pressure software

E-DWT can run stand-alone tests and collect test data. Test data can be downloaded over the RPM4-E-DWT’s RS232 interface. 

The RPM4-E-DWT’s RS232 interface can also be used to run the E-DWT with COMPASS® for Pressure software or user developed software. 

COMPASS® for Pressure software is universal pressure calibration software for the laboratory, which can be used to run simple or complex tests with multiple instruments. The user can create his/her own calibration report, and data can be exported to Fluke MET/CAL® Plus Calibration Management Software.

The support you need, when you need it 
DHI’s calibration, testing and repair services are dedicated to satisfying your needs quickly and at a fair cost while maintaining the unmatched level of quality that is our trademark.

DHI’s calibration laboratories are accredited by the American Association for Laboratory Accreditation (A2LA) for conformance to ISO Guide 17025. 

As a Fluke company, DHI has access to global calibration and repair facilities to keep your hardware in top working order. 

If you need training for yourself or your staff, DHI offers a broad range of classes including: the principles and practices of pressure calibration, advanced pressure metrology, gas flow calibration using a DHI molbloc/molbox system, set up and operation of COMPASS® for Pressure calibration assistance software, and much more.

Fluke’s commitment to support provides additional benefits as well, including invitations to software user group meetings and conferences, periodic email bulletins and a pressure and flow newsletter

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5730A High Performance Multifunction Calibrator

sku Product SKU:  FCL-5730A

The new gold standard in electrical calibration

Since 1988, the 5700A family has set the standard for multifunction calibrator performance in calibration laboratories around the world. Now the time has come to advance this best-in-class calibrator, taking advantage of twenty-first century technology and usability.

The Fluke Calibration 5730A High Performance Multifunction Calibrator is the culmination of years of engineering development, customer research and industrial design, to bring to market the new “gold standard” in electrical multifunction calibration.

High performance for the future

Like its predecessors, the 5730A calibrates a wide range of digital multimeters, up to long-scale 8.5 digit DMMs, as well as RF voltmeters when equipped with the wideband option. But this new model features improved specifications that will help you increase test uncertainty ratios (TURs) and increase test confidence. What’s more, the improved specifications will reduce your need to guardband, giving you confidence and peace of mind in your calibrations.

  • Improved performance specifications for ac voltage, ac current and resistance
  • 6.5 inch VGA capacitive touch screen with full color graphical user interface
  • Visual Connection Management™ output terminals guide connections
  • Graphical user interface in nine languages
  • Compatible with 52120A and 5725A amplifiers
  • Full MET/CAL® compatibility with 5700A and 5720A procedures
  • Artifact Calibration using 10 V, 1 Ω and 10 kΩ external standards; 30 MHz and 50 MHz wideband output options available

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6050H Extremely High Temperature Calibration Salt Bath

sku Product SKU:  FCL-6050H

This model is designed for high-temperature work—up to 550 °C. Most labs use this as a salt bath for calibration of thermocouples, RTDs, and SPRTs. In fact, this bath is so good you can even do comparison calibrations of SPRTs with it. The bath is stable to ±0.005 °C or better at 300 °C.

Fluke Calibration is the only company that offers complete automated calibration software packages that work with the bath interface option. Our optional software is not just a data acquisition package; it actually controls the calibration, including bath temperatures.

Choose the model that most closely matches your needs. These baths are compatible with salt for higher temperatures and also with oils for lower temperatures.

Fluke sells a complete selection of salt and fluids for your bath. You can find these here. Salt baths offer better performance and less mess than sand baths. SPRT comparison calibrations in a sand bath aren’t reliable the way they are in a Fluke Calibration salt bath.

All options, including the automation interface package, are available for the 6050H. It is the finest-quality salt bath you can buy!

If you need to reach the maximum temperature possible in a salt bath, the Fluke Calibration 6050H goes to 550 °C and is 10 to 100 times more stable than alternative calibration devices.

It is 305 mm (12 in) deep and has a 127 x 254 mm (5 x 10 in) well opening for easy access. Ports in the rear of the bath access cooling coils if you want to cool the bath rapidly with external fluids.

  • Eliminates messy sand baths
  • Electronically adjustable temperature cutouts
  • Stability of ±0.008 °C at 550 °C

Find a salt bath for calibration at extremely high temperatures (550 °C). Fluke Calibration metrology baths are well known world-wide for excellent temperature control that maintains excellent temperature stability (±0.002 °C) and uniformity (±0.005 °C).

You’ll find more Fluke Calibration baths in national labs than any other brand, and there’s a reason for that. No one else can match the stability, uniformity, and performance of a Fluke Calibration bath, and we absolutely guarantee it.

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E-DWT-H Electronic Deadweight Tester

sku Product SKU:  FCL-E-DWT-H

All the features you expect in a modern state-of-the-art electronic dwt, including:

Accuracy and performance

  • One-year measurement uncertainty is ± 0.02% of reading from 10% to 100% with one Q-RPT, and from 1% to 100% with two Q-RPTs
  • Low torque variable volume allows for pressure generation up to 200 MPa (30,000 psi) with minimal physical effort
  • Separate fine adjustment tool for maximum, superfine control resolution
  • User defined resolution and ready limits enable user to optimize performance based on DUT specifications
  • High pressure isolation valve and pressure relief valve protect the low pressure reference transducer from over pressure when high pressure reference transducer is active

Ease of use

  • AutoRange feature optimizes measurement and safety features for the specific range of the instrument being calibrated
  • Simple rezeroing while vented at atmospheric pressure
  • Simple, objective pressure “ready/not ready indicator with user adjustable criteria to ensure repeatable results among operators
  • Not dependent on local gravity or ambient temperature
  • Sets and reads any pressure value directly in any unit of measure, without moving weights
  • Built-in priming system to fill system with test fluid and purge unwanted air to assure smooth operation
  • Optional foot switch accessory allows hands-free data collection when running AutoTests

Portability

Automation

AUTOMATE DATA COLLECTION AND MANAGE CALIBRATION ASSETS WITH COMPASS® FOR PRESSURE SOFTWARE

E-DWT can run stand-alone tests and collect test data for dead weight tester calibration. Test data can be downloaded over the RPM4-E-DWT’s RS232 interface.

The RPM4-E-DWT’s RS232 interface can also be used to run the E-DWT with COMPASS® for Pressure software or user developed software.

COMPASS® for Pressure software is universal pressure calibration software for the laboratory, which can be used to run simple or complex tests with multiple instruments. The user can create his/her own calibration report, and data can be exported to Fluke MET/CAL® Plus Calibration Management Software.

The support you need, when you need it
Fluke’s calibration, testing and repair services are dedicated to satisfying your needs quickly and at a fair cost while maintaining the unmatched level of quality that is our trademark.

Fluke’s calibration laboratories are accredited by the American Association for Laboratory Accreditation (A2LA) for conformance to ISO Guide 17025.

Fluke Calibration has access to global calibration and repair facilities to keep your dead weight tester and other hardware in top working order.

If you need training for yourself or your staff, Fluke Calibration offers a broad range of classes including: the principles and practices of pressure calibration, advanced pressure metrology, gas flow calibration using a molbloc/molbox system, setup and operation of COMPASS® for Pressure calibration software, and other electrical, temperature and RF calibration topics.

The Fluke Calibratoin commitment to support provides additional benefits as well, including invitations to software user group meetings and conferences, periodic email bulletins and a Fluke Calibration newsletter.

  • RS232 interface allows for real time automated data collection and customized report generation using COMPASS® for Pressure calibration software

Free upgrades

Flash memory for simple and free embedded software upgrades from Fluke Calibration.

  • Rechargeable battery pack option for eight hours of field operation
  • Everything to set, adjust and read pressure in one compact, transportable package
  • Optional shipping/carrying case with handles and wheels allows for easy transport to field application
  • Proven rugged and weatherproof design with room for accessories.  

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