324 Pressure/Gas Leak Detector
Pressure/gas leak detector, Model no. [VAC-324]
Measurement range: 300 to 1200 hPa
Accuracy: ± 3 hPa ± 1 Digit
Resolution: 0.1 hPa
Measurement rate: 2 measurements per sec
Pressure/gas leak detector for detecting gas leaks
Pressure/gas leak detector [VAC-324] is a versatile instrument capable of measuring a multitude of different quantities. It is primarily used for leakage detection gas pipes and pressure measurement in water pipes but can also measure temperature and pipe volume. It has a high-resolution colour display that can plot the measurement curves. It has USB, IRDA and Bluetooth(optional) interfaces for data transfer and measurement results can be stored and analysed on a PC with the Easy Heat software. It is IP40 certified.
It is used to perform leakage tests on gas pipes.
It can be used to test the material of gas pipes for stability and estimate the service life of the connections.
It is used to test the leakage of gas pipes in the boiler room.
It is used to measure the pressure on burners like nozzle pressure, gas flow pressure, etc.
It used to measure the temperature of radiators.
It is used to do pressure tests on drinking and wastewater pipes.
It can do a variety of measurements using appropriate probes.
It is easy to set up.
It has inbuilt measurement menus setup according to legal measuring standards.
It is highly accurate.
It can carry out measurements without the formation of harmful air-gas mixture.
It is suitable for data storage and analysis with the help of USB and IRDA interfaces and Easy Heat PC software.
It has an IP40 protection class certificate according to EN 60529.
It has a high-resolution graphical display to show colourful graphic curves.
It can do leak-tight checks of gas pipes according to TRGI 2008 and liquid gas pipes according to TRF 2012.
It is IP40 certified according to EN 60526.
It is ideal to store the instrument between -20 °C and +50 °C.
It can be powered by battery as well as from the mains.
It provides approximately 5 hours of measurement time.
It can measure temperature in the range of -20 °C to +100 °C with the NTC probe.
The DVGW permit according to G 5952 is instrument class L up to a volume of 200 litres.
It supports IRDA, USB and Bluetooth (optional) for data transfer.
It can do measurements with an accuracy of ± 3 hPa ± 1 digit and a resolution of 0.1 hPa.
It can do absolute pressure measurement in the range of 600 to 1150 hPa with an accuracy of ± 3 hPa and overload value of 1200 hPa.
It can measure temperature in the -40 °C to +600 °C using the TC type K (NiCr-Ni) probe with an accuracy of ± 0.5 °C or ± 0.5 %.
It is operated between 0 °C and +50 °C.
Pressure measurement range using an external probe is from 0 to 25 bar with accuracy of ±0.6 % fsv.
It has a leakage measurement range of 0 to 10 l/h with an accuracy of ± 0.2 l/h or ± 5 % of mv and a resolution of 0.1 l/h.
It does pressure measurements of 0 to 1000 hPa with an accuracy of ±0.5 hPa or ±3 % of mv using the internal sensor.
It has a high-resolution graphic display for presentation of various graphic curves.
It weighs about 1070 g.
It can do pipe volume calculations up to 1200 l with an accuracy of ± 0.2 l or 5 % of mv (1 to 200 l).
It has two additional Hirschmann sockets for connecting pressure and temperature probes.
It has 2 DN 5 pressure connections for gas connections.
We supply these pressure/gas leak detectors for gas pipe leakage detection in the USA, UK, Germany, France, Netherlands, Spain, Switzerland, Sweden, and other European countries. Also, we supply these for measuring radiator temperature in the Middle East and other Asian countries including India, Pakistan, Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Singapore, etc.
Our African offices supply these pressure/gas leak detectors for pressure measurement of water pipes across all African countries covering South Africa, Kenya, Nigeria, Tanzania, Rwanda, Djibouti, Morocco, Ghana, Ethiopia, Uganda, Morocco, Tunisia, Cameroon, Mauritius, Gabon, Seychelles, etc.
Our Middle East offices supply these pressure/gas leak detectors for testing leakage of gas pipes in boiler rooms in the United Arab Emirates, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Oman, Kuwait, Egypt, Lebanon, Bahrain, Libya, Iraq, Erbil, Jordan, etc.