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The SIKA P40.2 Pneumatic Hand Pump is a versatile tool used for testing pressure systems and generating precise test pressures in various industries. Its practical design allows for easy connection of pressure systems to be tested through adapters. It is particularly suitable for marine applications, including assembly and commissioning of marine equipment, manufacturing and production processes on vessels, maintenance and service tasks, quality assurance and test equipment monitoring onboard ships, and repair works. The hand pump features a rugged industrial hose with an integrated quick coupling and supplied adapters, making the test sample connection straightforward. The test pressure is generated using the handles and can be precisely adjusted with the fine adjustment valve, ensuring consistency between the reference and the instrument being tested. Additionally, the pressure relief valve allows for continuous pressure reduction, facilitating accurate and easy testing even with decreasing pressure.
The SIKA P40.2 is mobile and independent, making it perfect for marine environments. It is lightweight and compact, making transportation to the measurement site easy. The pump operates without the need for an external power supply, nitrogen bottles, or a compressed air network. Its manual pressure generation is wear-free and suitable for use in various ambient temperatures and orientations. The basic version of the hand pump uses air as the pressure medium and covers a wide range of pressure values, including negative pressure up to -0.95 bar and positive pressure up to 40 bar. The connections include a G¼ reference and a G¼ test sample with a quick coupling and a 1-meter pressure hose.
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