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Differential Pressure Gauges target HVAC industry.
Press Release Summary:
February 7, 2011 - Featuring frictionless gauge movement, J-2000 Aero Type Gauges indicate low pressures, whether positive, negative, or differential. Magnetic components of spiral movement have been replaced with rubber film, eliminating difficulty with evaporation, freezing, or leveling. Safe-slide pointers in green, yellow, and red allow user to set visible reminders of safe, warning, and danger ranges. Available in psi, Pa, kPa, in. of water, mm of water, and cm of water, gauges provide Â±2% accuracy.
Original Press Release
New Palmer Aero Type Differential Gauges for the HVAC industry measure within 2% accuracy
Press release date: February 2, 2011
Featuring patented safe-slide pointers in green, yellow, and red, the J-2000 Series of Aero Type Differential Pressure Gauges from Palmer Instruments, Inc. allows the user to set visible reminders of safe, warning, and danger ranges with this unique feature. Combined with the easy-to-read red tipped aluminum pointer, the gauge features excellent readability, even from a distance.
The J-2000 Series of Aero Type Differential Pressure Gauges are available in units of PSI, Pa, kPa, inches of water, millimeters of water, and centimeters of water. Choose from over 100 pressure ranges to meet the needs of your application. With specified accuracies as rigorous as ±2%, measurements are precise and reliable. The new J-2000 Series of Aero Type Differential Pressure Gauges carries a 2 year warranty, and is available through Palmer Instruments, Inc. and their Authorized Distributors.
For additional information please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 1-800-421-2853, fax 828-658-0728. Write to Palmer Wahl Instrumentation Group, 234 Old Weaverville Road, Asheville, NC 28804. Visit our web site at www.palmerwahl.com.
About Palmer Wahl Instrumentation Group
Palmer Wahl Instrumentation Group, with 175 years of continuous product innovation, started as America's first thermometer company in Cincinnati, OH in 1836. Since that time, Palmer Instruments has steadily evolved through product development geared exclusively towards industrial process measurement, test and calibration. Operating from a modern facility in Asheville, NC since 1987, and acquiring Wahl Instruments, Inc. in 1997, Palmer Wahl Instrumentation Group is uniquely qualified to provide application/technical support, calibration services and product selection from an extensive line of the finest instrumentation products. For more information, visit www.palmerwahl.com.