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Fluke FLUKE-700PTP-1

Fluke - FLUKE-700PTP-1 - Pneumatic Test Pump;  -13 to 600 psi;  for 700 Series Pressure Modules/Test Gauges View larger image View larger image
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Fluke Pneumatic Test Pump; -13 to 600 psi; for 700 Series Pressure Modules/Test Gauges
Mfr. Part#:
FLUKE-700PTP-1

Allied Stock#: 70145947
 

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$729.95 (Each)
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Specifications

Brand/Series: 700 Series
Connection: 1/4 NPT Female
Material, Body: Aluminum, Silicon, Neoprene, Stainless Steel, Buna-N (Wetted Material)
Pressure Range: 600 psi, 40 bar
Vacuum Range: –13.9 psi, –0.96 bar

Overview

The Fluke-700PTP-1 pneumatic test pump is capable of supplying pressures up to 600 psi, 40 bar.



For use with 700 series pressure modules or test gauges. Can be directly connected to the reference port consolidating two separate pieces when performing pressure calibration and testing. Can also be used with 717 pressure calibrators.



Ideal for calibrating pressure transmitters, pressure switches and pressure gauges up to 600 PSI/40 bar.



Pump can be easily cleaned without disassembly. The vernier can be used as a stand-alone low pressure calibration source




Two pressure ports allowing simultaneous connection:




  • 1⁄4 -NPT female fitting for the reference gauge or pressure module


  • 1⁄4" NPT female fitting for the unit under test







    Adjustable stroke length can be set to limit the pressure per stroke




    Includes:





  • 1/4 in NPT male to 1/4 in BSP female

  • 1 meter of hose

  • (2) 1/8 in NPT male quick connects

  • 1/8 NPT female to 1/4 in BSP female

  • Seal Kit

  • Instruction sheet





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