UKAS & BSI
UKAS & BSI
As the name suggests, an inclined manometer is essentially a slightly offset or curved tube containing liquid. The amount of liquid displaced can be viewed and measured using the tubes scale, which in turn produces a pressure value. These instruments are basic and dependable analogue gauges used to measure positive, negative, and differential pressures. A key advantage of these gauges compared to others on the market is that there are no moving parts which reduces susceptibility to environmental changes or wear and tear.
Inclined manometers are used to accurately measure low pressure values in filter or hvac applications and are limited in their measurement capability by the properties of the fluid used. A very low amount of pressure impacting the inclined manometer produces are large movement in the liquid relative to the marked scale on the device. The inclined manometer's basic design also makes it an inexpensive, but highly accurate, instrument for regular low-pressure measurement in industry.
The high accuracy of the inclined manometer makes it useful as a calibration tool for engineers checking air conditioning systems for instance, but the verification of the inclined manometer itself is a complex process involving knowhow of process, calculation, and comparison instruments. Calibrationhouse has many years’ experience and knowhow calibrating these instruments and can offer a rapid turnaround inclined manometer calibration service at its County Durham based laboratory
Owing to the complex nature of inclined manometer calibration, we would advise you contact us with details of your device prior to sending it to us.
Our team of expert technicians are on hand to help you with any queries you have about calibration, servicing or repair.