Product News: Test & Measuring Instruments

Portable Deadweight Tester calibrates pressure for reliability.

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June 3, 2014 - To help ensure pressure instruments operate safely and reliably, Ashcroft 1305D series includes low range and high range piston assembly, weight set, hydraulic (oil) test pump to generate test pressures, metal carrying cases, tools, and other accessories. This pressure calibration system can, depending on weight set, establish test points from 15–10,000 psi with accuracy of ±0.1% of reading.

Ashcroft, Inc.

250 East Main Street, Stratford, CT, 06614, USA

Original Press Release

Calibration Critical

Press release date: June 2, 2014

The Ashcroft 1305D series portable deadweight tester is a pressure calibration system that includes a low range and high range piston assembly, weight set, a hydraulic (oil) test pump to generate test pressures, metal carrying cases, tools and other accessories. Depending on the weight set provided, the 1305D is capable of establishing test points from 15 to 10,000 psi in an accuracy of ±0.1% of Reading. As a primary standard, the 1305D will provide years of accurate calibration measurement, helping to ensure that pressure instruments operate safely and reliably.

Company contact information:
Ashcroft Inc.
250 East Main Street
Stratford, CT 06614-5145
(203) 378-8281 • 1-800-328-8258 • www.ashcroft.com

Ashcroft® Inc. manufactures gauges, thermometers, switches, transducers, transmitters, data loggers, calibration equipment and isolators for pressure measurement, monitoring and control.  Product brands include Ashcroft®, Heise®, WillyTM and Weksler®. As a global provider, Ashcroft® Inc. maintains a network of manufacturing facilities, sales offices and distributors worldwide. The company's website can be accessed at www.ashcroftinc.com. ©Copyright 2005 Ashcroft® Inc. All rights reserved.

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