Mensor – Pressure & Temp Calibration
Mensor is a global market leader in pressure calibration. With the addition of DH Budenberg, ASL and support from the WIKA family of products, we are able to offer complete solutions to any pressure / temperature calibration or testing need.
The highly configurable pressure controller model CPC6050 modular pressure controller offers maximum flexibility to best suit the customers’ requirements. The pressure controller can have up to two independent pressure regulating channels which can operate simultaneously. Each channel can have up to two sensors.
The model CPB3500 dead-weight tester is a genuine primary standard, which derives the measurement of pressure directly from its fundamental equation p = F/A. This mechanical measurement principle provides superior reliability and stability over time, eliminates most risks of measurement error and reduces calibration uncertainties.
The instrument is built on a tough, stable aluminium base with light weight corrosion and impact-resistant ABS case. Piston cylinders are interchangeable among the various models within the CPB3500, so that in case of changing requirements any CPB3500 tester can easily be upgraded on other available ranges.
The model CPC8000 high-end Mensor pressure controller provides always an appropriate calibration solution on account of its accuracy class. Its outstanding control performance is particularly impressive, thanks to special, patented valve technology and the specific pressure sensor as a measuring unit.
The model CPD8500 digital deadweight tester is an instrument that combines the performance of a manual pressure balance with the efficiency and usability of a compact digital primary standard. The instrument offers a broad pressure range with various measuring heads from 1 … 500 bar gauge (15 … 7,250 psig) and 1 … 20 bar abs (15 … 290 psia).
The CPD8500 digital deadweight tester is housed with an internal environmental monitoring module, a head temperature probe and a precision vacuum transducer for automatic detection of sensitive parameters. An optional internal or extenal barometric reference provides versatility with gauge or absolute pressure modes.
Precision pressure transducers convert pressure into an analog or digital signal proportional to the pressure being sensed. Precision pressure transducers (sometimes called transmitters) are used to monitor and or control sensitive pressure processes. They can also be used as high accuracy transfer standards or as a factory working standard for testing or calibrating a variety of pressure measuring instruments. With an accuracy as high as 0.008 % of reading, these pressure transducers can be found in laboratories or in production environments where a high degree of precision and accuracy are required. Each transducer is calibrated in Mensor’s 17025, A2LA certified laboratory.
Accuracy: 0.008 % IS-33
Temperature compensation: -20 to 75 oC
Range: 0-10 in H2O (25 mbar) up to 15,015 psi (1001 bar)
RS-232 or RS-485 communication
Calculates measurement uncertainty
Since its founding in 1969, Mensor has been dedicated to designing and manufacturing the finest, high-accuracy, pressure measuring, calibration, controlling instruments and test systems available. Through the years, Mensor has developed an international reputation for quality products and service in the precision pressure instrumentation market.
Since 2006, Mensor has been a part of the WIKA Group, allowing an expanded product portfolio. Historically, Mensor is known for pressure. Now, with the addition of the brands Degranges-Hout, DH-Budenberg and ASL, Mensor offer temperature products, primary standards and process tools including digital pressure gauges, indicators, pressure controllers, hand-held calibrators, primary standards precision pressure transducers, pressure generators, reference thermometers, portable temperature calibrators, resistance thermometry bridges, calibration baths, engineered systems, digital barometers, air data test and more.
Mensor is located in San Marcos, Texas, between Austin and San Antonio in central Texas. The 45,000 sq. ft. facility includes all manufacturing, engineering, accounting and sales departments.