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The WIKA CPP1000-H hydraulic hand pump is a reliable and versatile tool used for generating pressure to test, adjust, and calibrate mechanical and electronic pressure measuring instruments through comparative measurements. It is designed for use with fluid based on mineral oil or single distilled water, and it features a 200cm³ fluid reservoir with G1/2 female thread and freely rotating pressure connection for easy handling. The hand pump is constructed with high-quality materials, including anodized aluminum, brass, stainless steel, and ABS, ensuring its durability and longevity. It is equipped with standard sealings made of FKM and NBR, providing a secure and leak-free operation.
One of the key features of the WIKA CPP1000-H is its fine-adjustment valve, which allows for precise setting of the pressure to achieve accurate comparative testing. The ergonomic design ensures comfortable handling during the calibration process. It’s important to note that the pump is not suitable for use with water-based hydraulic fluids. Furthermore, the WIKA CPP1000-H is widely approved and certified, having received EAC and MTSCHS approvals. This hydraulic hand pump proves to be a valuable tool in various settings, as it allows pressure testing and calibration of pressure measuring instruments in laboratories, workshops, or directly at the measuring points. By connecting the device under test and a reliable reference measuring instrument to the pump, the same pressure is applied to both, enabling a straightforward comparison of measured values at different pressure points. This makes it easy to calibrate or adjust the device under test with confidence and accuracy.
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