Micropac PTR programmable pressure test rig, a versatile and cost-effective fatigue test unit running on multiple fluids and working between 1 bar and 280 bar.
An off the shelf catalogue programmable pressure test rig running from 1 bar to 280 bar on multiple fluids. Provides a high degree of user control of testing cycles in this standard unit without the high cost of bespoke programable hydrostatic pressure test rigs. Very cost effective. Intuitive and easy to use screen driven software. Buy a catalogue product, use it out of the box once you have set your test cycle. The unit offers a basic cycle with timings, maximum pressure, dwell and number of cycles up to 9999. There is also an advanced program for cycles of varying length and parameters. More sophisticated programming is also offered.
The unit will operate up to 280 bar and down to 1 bar. Pressure is measured using a pressure transducer and the system pressure indicated on the control unit. The unit is programmed using clear and intuitive scrolling screens. The control unit offers data output for data logging.
The unit is designed for multiple fluids including water and oil. A 10 litre 316 stainless reservoir is standard and can be increased to a 20 litre capacity. The wetted parts are stainless steel for very low corrosion. An optional certified relief valve can be fitted to limit the maximum system pressure if increased security is required on a system.
The Micropac PTR unit offers a catalogue programmable pressure and fatigue test unit for basic pressure testing up to 9999 cycles over the range 1 bar to 280 bar. The unit is highly cost effective compared with a bespoke pressure test rig.
The unit is computer controlled using an integral plc and programming is by means of screens, so setting your test cycle is simple and intuitive.
The pressure is generated using an air driven pump operated by the plc and venting of pressure back to tank also uses a rugged air operated valve. Our basic catalogue unit will not ramp up and drop down the system pressure at programmed rates as it does not feature modulating valves.
An integral pressure transducer provides system pressure input to the plc and is displayed on the screen.
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