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Fluke Calibration P3032 Pneumatic Deadweight Tester

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Original price was: AED 80,000.Current price is: AED 78,000. (excl.VAT)

Fluke 719Pro 150G Electric Pressure Calibrator

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Original price was: AED 22,200.Current price is: AED 21,900. (excl.VAT)

Additel 273Ex Handheld Pressure Calibrator

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Original price was: AED 19,500.Current price is: AED 18,490. (excl.VAT)

Fluke 718Ex Intrinsically Safe Pressure Calibrator

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Original price was: AED 18,940.Current price is: AED 18,200. (excl.VAT)

Fluke 721 Pressure Calibration Instruments

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Original price was: AED 13,490.Current price is: AED 13,420. (excl.VAT)

Fluke 718-100g Pressure Calibrator

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Original price was: AED 13,740.Current price is: AED 13,100. (excl.VAT)

Fluke 718-300G Pressure Calibrator

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Original price was: AED 13,100.Current price is: AED 12,900. (excl.VAT)

Fluke 718 1G Pressure Calibrator

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Original price was: AED 13,200.Current price is: AED 12,900. (excl.VAT)

Fluke 718 30G Pressure Calibrator

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Original price was: AED 12,000.Current price is: AED 11,500. (excl.VAT)

Fluke 700G27 Pressure Gauge Calibrator -0.83 to 20 bar

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Original price was: AED 4,000.Current price is: AED 3,900. (excl.VAT)

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Pressure Calibrators are critical tools used in a variety of sectors to measure, calibrate, and assure the accuracy of pressure monitoring systems.
Pressure calibrators work by producing a known pressure and comparing it to the output of the item under test. They typically consist of a pressure source, a pressure sensor, and a display unit. The pressure sensor detects and measures the applied pressure, which can be generated by a hand pump, a motorized pump, or an external pressure source.

Applications of Pressure Calibrators:

Pressure calibrators are used in a variety of industries, such as:

  • manufacturing and quality control: calibrating pressure gauges, transmitters, and sensors used in manufacturing processes.
  • Oil and gas: calibrating pressure gauges in pipelines, wellheads, and refineries.
  • Pharmaceutical and biotechnology: Ensuring the precision and dependability of pressure measurement in drug production and research equipment.
  • HVAC and Refrigeration: Pressure sensor calibration in heating, ventilation, air conditioning, and refrigeration systems.
  • Aerospace and Aviation: Pressure instrument calibration in aviation systems such as hydraulic and pneumatic systems.

Types of Pressure Calibrators:

Handheld Calibrators:

These portable calibrators are small and portable, making them ideal for on-site calibration. They frequently include built-in pressure sources and can produce both positive and negative pressures.Portable pressure calibrators offer convenient and reliable solutions for on-the-go calibration of pressure measurement devices. Designed to be compact and easy to use, these calibrators provide flexibility and efficiency in various industries and applications.

Benchtop Calibrators:

Benchtop calibrators are more accurate and precise. They are often employed in laboratories or calibration facilities and can generate a wide variety of pressures.

Digital Pressure Calibrators:

These calibrators have digital displays for simple reading and additional functions including data logging, pressure unit conversion, and data transfer connections.

Calibration Procedures:

  • Verification: Checking the pressure calibrator’s accuracy against a reference standard.
  • Adjustments: Making the necessary changes to bring the calibrator within the defined tolerance limits.
  • Calibration Record: Keeping accurate calibration records that include the date, results, and any corrections performed.
  • Traceability: The ability to trace products back to national or international standards.

Tips for Selecting a Pressure Calibrator:

  • Pressure Range: Select a calibrator with a pressure range that meets the anticipated measurement requirements.
  • Accuracy and Resolution: Think about the amount of accuracy and resolution required for the intended applications.
  • Compatibility: Make certain that the calibrator is compatible with the pressure units and connections used in your business.
  • Additional Features: For additional functionality, look for features such as data logging, communication interfaces, and program compatibility.
  • Brand Reputation and Support: Choose calibrators from established businesses that are known for providing excellent and dependable customer service.

Pressure Calibration Tools from Fluke

Pressure Calibrator

Fluke 717 Pressure Calibrator, Fluke 718 Pressure Calibrator, Fluke 719 Pressure Calibrator, Fluke 729, Fluke 721, Fluke 718-100g Pressure Calibrator and Additel 273Ex Handheld Pressure Calibrator are among the different types of pressure calibrators.


Pressure calibrators are essential devices used for measuring and maintaining accurate pressure levels in various industries. There are several reputable manufacturers that specialize in producing high-quality pressure calibrators. Additionally, pressure sensor calibration equipment is used to calibrate and verify the accuracy of pressure sensors, ensuring reliable measurements. For precise calibration of pressure transducers, a pressure transducer calibration tool is utilized. One popular model in this field is the Additel 780 pressure controller, known for its advanced features and reliability. Another type of pressure calibrator is the air pressure calibrator, which uses compressed air to generate and measure pressure. Pneumatic pressure calibrators are widely used for their versatility and ease of use. Lastly, a pressure and temperature calibrator is a multifunctional device that can measure both pressure and temperature accurately, making it suitable for applications that require simultaneous calibration of these parameters.