Pressure Calibration: The men and women who do it endure piercing cold and scorching heat. Work occurs on offshore rigs, in enormous refineries, along massive pipelines, and pharmaceutical plants. Field techs climb ladders in the wind, trek to remote sites in the snow, and peer at gauges in the sun. Instrument techs keep the world functioning. The gear must stay up.
Modern calibrators may not help much. The devices are sometimes ill-equipped for the environment, have a small pressure range, are challenging to operate in confined spaces, or are hard to read in bright light.
The DPI610E keeps the simple design and other appealing qualities that helped fuel the DPI610's popularity, but it also delivers more. The DPI610E is lightweight and straightforward to operate. It has a touch screen operated while wearing gloves. Aside from the screen, a row of buttons that a technician can use when working in frigid conditions with their hands encased in thick gloves.
The DPI610E operates in practically every condition. From the chill of winter to the seething heat. The device is intrinsically safe, which means it cannot create enough heat, energy, or spark to trigger an explosion in a hazardous environment, and it can contain a blast if one occurs. The DPI610E gives specialists the absolute peace of mind they require to successfully accomplish their complex, crucial tasks. Learn more about the DPI610E by contacting AP Corp. Fill out the form below, or call us at 508-351-6200.