Mechanical Calibration

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Mechanical Calibration

  • Absolute pressure gauge
  • Mud gauge
  • Manometer
  • Oxygen gauge
  • Barometer
  • Pressure gauge
  • Barograph
  • Pressure transmitter
  • Compound gauge
  • Pressure calibrator
  • Chart recorder
  • Pressure recorder
  • Dead weight tester
  • Pressure switch
  • Digital pressure gauge
  • Pressure transducer
  • Differential pressure
  • Pressure transmitter
  • Pirani gauge
  • Force pressure gauge
  • High pressure gauge
  • Vacuum gauge
  • Low pressure gauge
  • Vacuum switch
  • Caisson Gauge
  • Test Gauge
  • Sound Level Meter
  • Vibration Meter
  • Balometer
  • Hydraulic Jack
  • RPM Meter
  • Tachometer
  • Torque Driver
  • Torque Checker
  • Torque Wrench
  • Pocket Balance 
  • Spring Balance 
  • Load cell
  • Acoustical Calibrator
  • Dynamometer
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Precision Calibration

  • Vernier Caliper
  • Micrometer
  • Dial Gauge
  • Measuring Tape
  • Steel Ruler
  • Bore Gauges
  • Bevel Protractor
  • Bubble Level Gauge
  • Caliper Gauge
  • Coating & Thickness
  • Gauges
  • Caliper Checker
  • Crimping Tools
  • Dial Test Indicator
  • Dial Slider Caliper
  • Dial Indicator
  • Dial Calibrator
  • Digimatic Caliper
  • External Micrometer
  • Exchangeable
  • Micrometer
  • Feeler Gauge
  • Interchangeable Micrometer
  • PI Tape
  • Plastic Ruler
  • Vernier Caliper
  • Vernier Depth
  • Caliper
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ATLANTIC SOLUTION has one of the HIGEST Pressure measurement capability up to 60 000 psi.

A pressure calibrator is a high-precision pressure measuring device capable of verifying (or calibrating) the pressure reading of another pressure measuring instrument. These instruments are also called pressure standards. The pressure calibrator must be more accurate than the instrument being calibrated. Traditionally, the calibration ratio is 4:1. This means that the pressure calibrator is 4 times more accurate than the device it is calibrating.

How to read a pressure gauge?

The way to read a pressure gauge is through looking at the dial of the pressure gauge which contains plenty of information. To obtain the pressure value, we need to see the pointer which will point to a figure that indicates the current pressure rating of the system. 


Next, the unit in which the pressure gauge measure also needs to be identified. The unit can be in dual scale which will be showing in bar and psi, the scales are differentiated by using two colors. For example, the pressure measured in bar is represented by the outer scale reading and is in black, meanwhile to read the pressure in psi, it is represented by the inner scale reading which showing as red.

The deviation accuracy class is also shown in the dial as CL. It is to indicate the deviation of the display value in percentage from the full-scale value. The most common accuracy classes for pressure gauges are 0.6%, 1.0%, 1.6% and 2.5%. On pressure gauges, we can also find a black triangle, this is helping to mark the maximum pressure at a steady loading.

How do you know if a pressure gauge is accurate?

Pressure gauge can be calibrated to make sure the readings on the gauge are accurate. The test will be done by a laboratory and a calibration certificate will be issued to prove the gauge’s accuracy. A calibration test can help to determine and maintain the accuracy of the pressure measurement and hence maintain its quality and to ensure the pressure gauge can function properly.

What if I Need Assistance?

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