The range now includes 14 new 700G Series pressure gauges and two new models of pressure calibrators: the Fluke 719Pro and 721 dual range pressure calibrator. With the introduction of the new products into the Fluke range, instrument, process and plant maintenance technicians now have a complete line of rugged and proven pressure calibration devices ranging from 10 inH20 to 10,000 psi in 18 different engineering units, allowing them to customise the gauge to meet their specific pressure calibration requirements.
The 700G Series precision pressure test gauges feature pressure measurements ranging from 10 inH20/20 mbar to 10,000 psi/690 bar and 0.05 per cent accuracy with new absolute pressure measurement ranges and reference class accuracy gauges with reading accuracies of 0.04 percent of reading. The 700G pressure gauges can be combined with Fluke 700PTPK or 700HTPK pump kits for a complete pressure testing solution for up to 600 psi (40 bar) with the PTP-1 pneumatic pump and up to 10,000 psi (690 bar) with the HTP-2 hydraulic pump.
Fluke 700G precision pressure gauges are backed by a three-year warranty.
Fluke’s 719Pro electric pressure calibrator is the ideal test tool for calibrating high accuracy transmitters, pressure switches and pressure gauges. Featuring high accuracy pressure measurements and an onboard electric pressure pump that can generate up to 300 psi (20 bar), the pressure calibrator eliminates the need for an external hand pump. It also measures, simulates and sources 4-20 mA loop current signals and can also measure up to 30 V dc. Its internal 24 loop power supply can power a transmitter under test.
The Fluke 721 dual range pressure calibrator with dual isolated pressure sensors allows technicians to take simultaneous static and differential pressure measurements with a single tool for gas custody and transfer applications. It can be configured by selecting either a 16 psi (1.1 bar) or 36 psi (2.48 bar) low pressure sensor and then adding any of seven high pressure ranges including 100, 300, 500, 1000, 1500, 3000 or 5000 psi (6.9, 20, 24.5, 69, 103.4, 200, 345 bar).