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    Calibration Instruments - (613 companies)
    Calibration instruments use electrical signals or physical quantities to calibrate sensors and meters. Devices that produce electrical signals can serve as precise meters for sensor calibration, or send output signals to other devices. How to Select... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Instrument Calibration Services - (763 companies)
    ...or vacuum pumps. Force, weight or mass instruments including strain gauges, load cells, scales or torque monitors. Temperature instruments including thermocouple, RTD or thermistor type devices. Humidity instruments including absolute or relative... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Pump Repair Services - (364 companies)
    Pump Repair Services Information. Pump repair services repair and rebuild used pumps. They differ in terms of capabilities, but generally repair pumps to their original specifications. Services offered include bench repairs, field repairs... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Calibration and Repair Services - (1228 companies)
    Calibration and repair services are companies that calibrate and repair laboratory and scientific instruments, test and measurement equipment, and industrial sensors. They are located across North America and around the world. Services. Selecting... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Hydraulic Pumps - (674 companies)
    Hydraulic pumps deliver high-pressure fluid flow to the pump outlet. Hydraulic pumps are powered by mechanical energy sources to pressurize fluid. Hydraulic pumps are positive displacement pumps which pressurize hydraulic fluid in order to do work... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Water Pumps - (850 companies)
    ...not contain suspended solids or particulates. These pumps are not so much a type of pump as they are a classification based on the media being transferred. Nearly every pump type that is defined by either a complementary application (fountain water... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Liquid Handling Pumps - (2436 companies)
    ...liquid handling pumps include all pumps designed to handle industrial liquid media such as water, wastewater, chemical slurries, oil, coolant fluid, or sewage. Pump Operation. In terms of operation, all pumps are ultimately classified as either... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Injection Pumps - (109 companies)
    ...source of power. A water driven injection pump introduces chemicals or fertilizer into the water supply of an irrigation system. Chemical injection pumps work in a similar way and are also used in irrigation, or chemigation, which is the process... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Utility Pumps - (136 companies)
    ...acids, chemicals, hazardous materials, highly viscous fluids, gasoline, or diesel fuel. Other devices are designed to pump ground water, salt water, sewage, or wastewater. Dewatering pumps, which are designed for clear water applications, are best suited... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Cryogenic Pumps - (39 companies)
    ...each with its own method of operation, advantages, and preferred applications. For more information on these different types of pumps, visit the Pump Types information page on Engineering360. Designs. Cryogenic pumps are typically constructed in long... Search by Specification | Learn More

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...require 30 to 40 h of operation for a test and depend upon operator skill level, these devices allow for fast accurate readings at low cost, according to the manufacturer. The device has also been designed to operate without regular calibration. In addition, the devices require as little as 2 cc...

...or the number of pump strokes in a given sample. Most Sensidyne/Kitagawa detector tubes have a printed calibration scale that corresponds to one pump stroke or 100cc of air. Often, the range can be doubled in both directions by taking one-half stroke or two strokes and correcting the reading. The general...

...printed calibration scales on length-of-stain tubes. There are no ampules to break and no expensive color readers to fail. Also, many tests require only one pump stroke. Sensidyne/Kitagawa is proud to offer the simplest detector tube system available....

...does not see. Pumping systems, coupled with magnetic flow meters, are typically used to deliver coatings. Choices include gear pumps, used for non-suspension coatings, and peristaltic and rotary lobe pumps. Each has its pros and cons, which are summarized in Table 2. Spray gun geometry and calibration...

...plate and calibration adaptor, the Model 48 ensures high repeatability when used in a test frame. The load cell is calibrated and traceable to NIST, making it suitable for most high-accuracy applications, including in metrology processes and as a reference standard for calibrating other load cells...

...environments where contamination is a concern. Operation, calibration, and shutdown of the MS-40 Dry detector are fully automated, and the time from start-up to operation is less than 3 minutes. The unit's leak standard compensates for temperature, ensuring accurate measurements. The leak detector...

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