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Item#: PN07299 Mfr Part#: PTR26504 Manufacturer: Pfeiffer Vacuum
PRICE: $1,738.00
WEB SAVINGS: $158.00
YOU PAY: $1,580.00

Pfeiffer Vacuum IMR 265 Compact Process Ion Gauge, Pirani, Hot Cathode, DN 16 ISO KF, PTR26504

 

Product Overview - Pfeiffer IMR 265 Compact Process, Dual Pirani & Hot Cathode Ion Gauge (w/DN 16 ISO-KF Inlet Flange):


The Pfeiffer Vacuum IMR 265 Compact Process Ion Gauge has been designed for vacuum measurement of non-flammable gases and gas mixtures. It must not be used for measuring flammable or combustible gases in mixtures containing oxidants (e.g. atmospheric oxygen) within the explosion range.

The Pfeiffer IMR 265 Gauge is a part of the Pfeiffer Vacuum Compact Gauge family and can be operated in connection with a Pfeiffer Vacuum measurement and control unit for Compact Gauges or with another control device. Over the entire measuring range, the measuring signal is displayed in the form of output as a logarithm of the pressure.

The IMR 265 functions with an HP high pressure hot cathode ionization manometer, which is controlled by the built-in Pirani manometer (control range). The hot cathode manometer is only switched on for pressure ranges below the maximum threshold of 5 × 10^[-2] mbar, in order to prevent potential filament burnout. For pressures above this threshold, the Pirani signal is utilized exclusively for output.

This unit is NEW and comes with a Full 6-Month Warranty!

 

A Brief Overview of Pressure Measurement Within a Vacuum System:


Pressure measurement is the analysis of an applied force by a fluid (liquid or gas) on a surface. Pressure is typically measured in units of force per unit of surface area - the Pascal (Pa) is the SI unit commonly used to measure pressure, equivalent to one newton per square meter. Alternatively, pounds per square inch (psi) can also be used as a unit of pressure measurement. In determining the degree of pressure within a vacuum or system, most gauges measure pressure relative to atmospheric pressure, a level referred to as the zero point. Vacuum gauges are especially precise instruments, as they are able to detect the slightest deviations from a state of total vacuum. Any reading greater than total vacuum in such a state constitutes a form of pressure, and thus a vacuum gauge uses total vacuum as the zero point. A vacuum gauge utilizes an absolute scale, whereby the lever begins at the zero point (a complete absence of pressure within a state of total vacuum) and can only change in one direction (as pressure increases).

Differential pressure is likewise an important concept in the field of pressure measurement, as it conveys the difference in pressure between two points or systems. Often times, this refers to the difference between standard atmospheric pressure (typically about 100 kPa at sea level) and the pressure within a vacuum environment. Differential pressure analyses are commonly used in industrial processing systems, and are incorporated within many of the products sold and serviced by A&J Vacuum Services. Differential pressure gauges feature two inlet ports, each connected to one of the two environments where pressure is to be monitored. By monitoring the pressure differential between a near-vacuum environment and one featuring standard atmospheric pressure, the user/operator may obtain an accurate pressure reading by subtracting the difference in total pressure between the two systems.

 

*THERE ARE NO RETURNS ON THIS PRODUCT IF OPENED OR USED*


A&J Vacuum services and repairs Pfeiffer Vacuum IMR 265 Dual Pirani & Hot Cathode Ion Gauges, along with all other Pfeiffer Vacuum pressure gauges, transmitters, and measurement devices available on our website. Please contact us for additional information concerning our service program or click http://www.ajvs.com/service.php to access our Services page. We likewise offer emergency service and repair upon request. For more information, please contact A&J Vacuum Services at (973) 249-0854. Thank you for choosing AJVS as your supplier​.


Condition: New In Stock
Item#: PN07300 Mfr Part#: PTR26500 Manufacturer: Pfeiffer Vacuum
PRICE: $1,738.00
WEB SAVINGS: $158.00
YOU PAY: $1,580.00

Pfeiffer Vacuum IMR 265 Compact Process Ion Gauge, Pirani, Hot Cathode, DN 25 ISO KF, PTR26500

 

Product Overview - Pfeiffer IMR 265 Compact Process, Dual Pirani & Hot Cathode Ion Gauge (w/DN 25 ISO-KF Inlet Flange):


The Pfeiffer Vacuum IMR 265 Compact Process Ion Gauge has been designed for vacuum measurement of non-flammable gases and gas mixtures. It must not be used for measuring flammable or combustible gases in mixtures containing oxidants (e.g. atmospheric oxygen) within the explosion range.

The Pfeiffer IMR 265 Gauge is a part of the Pfeiffer Vacuum Compact Gauge family and can be operated in connection with a Pfeiffer Vacuum measurement and control unit for Compact Gauges or with another control device. Over the entire measuring range, the measuring signal is displayed in the form of output as a logarithm of the pressure.

The IMR 265 functions with an HP high pressure hot cathode ionization manometer, which is controlled by the built-in Pirani manometer (control range). The hot cathode manometer is only switched on for pressure ranges below the maximum threshold of 5 × 10^[-2] mbar, in order to prevent potential filament burnout. For pressures above this threshold, the Pirani signal is utilized exclusively for output.

This unit is NEW and comes with a Full 6-Month Warranty!

 

A Brief Overview of Pressure Measurement Within a Vacuum System:


Pressure measurement is the analysis of an applied force by a fluid (liquid or gas) on a surface. Pressure is typically measured in units of force per unit of surface area - the Pascal (Pa) is the SI unit commonly used to measure pressure, equivalent to one newton per square meter. Alternatively, pounds per square inch (psi) can also be used as a unit of pressure measurement. In determining the degree of pressure within a vacuum or system, most gauges measure pressure relative to atmospheric pressure, a level referred to as the zero point. Vacuum gauges are especially precise instruments, as they are able to detect the slightest deviations from a state of total vacuum. Any reading greater than total vacuum in such a state constitutes a form of pressure, and thus a vacuum gauge uses total vacuum as the zero point. A vacuum gauge utilizes an absolute scale, whereby the lever begins at the zero point (a complete absence of pressure within a state of total vacuum) and can only change in one direction (as pressure increases).

Differential pressure is likewise an important concept in the field of pressure measurement, as it conveys the difference in pressure between two points or systems. Often times, this refers to the difference between standard atmospheric pressure (typically about 100 kPa at sea level) and the pressure within a vacuum environment. Differential pressure analyses are commonly used in industrial processing systems, and are incorporated within many of the products sold and serviced by A&J Vacuum Services. Differential pressure gauges feature two inlet ports, each connected to one of the two environments where pressure is to be monitored. By monitoring the pressure differential between a near-vacuum environment and one featuring standard atmospheric pressure, the user/operator may obtain an accurate pressure reading by subtracting the difference in total pressure between the two systems.

 

*THERE ARE NO RETURNS ON THIS PRODUCT IF OPENED OR USED*


A&J Vacuum services and repairs Pfeiffer Vacuum IMR 265 Dual Pirani & Hot Cathode Ion Gauges, along with all other Pfeiffer Vacuum pressure gauges, transmitters, and measurement devices available on our website. Please contact us for additional information concerning our service program or click http://www.ajvs.com/service.php to access our Services page. We likewise offer emergency service and repair upon request. For more information, please contact A&J Vacuum Services at (973) 249-0854. Thank you for choosing AJVS as your supplier​.


Condition: New In Stock
Item#: PN07307 Mfr Part#: PTR27002 Manufacturer: Pfeiffer Vacuum
PRICE: $2,790.00
WEB SAVINGS: $200.00
YOU PAY: $2,590.00

New Pfeiffer Vacuum PBR 260, Active Pirani & Bayard Alpert Hot Cathode Vacuum Gauge, DN 40 CF-R, PTR 27002​

 

Product Overview - Pfeiffer PBR 260 Active Pirani & Bayard Alpert Gauge (w/DN 40 CF-R, 40 Millimeter Flange):


The Pfeiffer Vacuum PBR 260 Active Full Range Gauge has been designed for vacuum measurement of non-flammable gases and gas mixtures. It must not be used for measuring flammable or combustible gases in mixtures containing oxidants (e.g. atmospheric oxygen) within the explosion range.

The PBR 260 Gauge is part of the Pfeiffer Vacuum Compact Gauges family and can be operated in connection with the MaxiGauge™ measurement and control unit TPG 256 A or with another evaluation unit. Over the entirety of its measurement range, the Compact FullRange™ BA Gauge has a continuous characteristic curve, whilt the measuring signal is displayed in the format of output as a logarithm of the pressure.

The PBR 260 Gauge functions with a Bayard Alpert Hot Cathode ionization and a Pirani measurement system. In a defined overlapping pressure range, a mixed signal of the two measurement systems constitutes as output. Above the pressure threshold, solely a Pirani signal is displayed. Below the pressure threshold, the hot cathode signal becomes the sole indicator of output. The Pirani signal switches the hot cathode measurement system on and off to prevent filament burn-out and excessive contamination. The user can select among two settings/thresholds for the switch process.

This unit is NEW and comes with a Guaranteed 6-Month Warranty.

 

A Brief Overview of Pressure Measurement Within a Vacuum System:


Pressure measurement is the analysis of an applied force by a fluid (liquid or gas) on a surface. Pressure is typically measured in units of force per unit of surface area - the Pascal (Pa) is the SI unit commonly used to measure pressure, equivalent to one newton per square meter. Alternatively, pounds per square inch (psi) can also be used as a unit of pressure measurement. In determining the degree of pressure within a vacuum or system, most gauges measure pressure relative to atmospheric pressure, a level referred to as the zero point. Vacuum gauges are especially precise instruments, as they are able to detect the slightest deviations from a state of total vacuum. Any reading greater than total vacuum in such a state constitutes a form of pressure, and thus a vacuum gauge uses total vacuum as the zero point. A vacuum gauge utilizes an absolute scale, whereby the lever begins at the zero point (a complete absence of pressure within a state of total vacuum) and can only change in one direction (as pressure increases).

Differential pressure is likewise an important concept in the field of pressure measurement, as it conveys the difference in pressure between two points or systems. Often times, this refers to the difference between standard atmospheric pressure (typically about 100 kPa at sea level) and the pressure within a vacuum environment. Differential pressure analyses are commonly used in industrial processing systems, and are incorporated within many of the products sold and serviced by A&J Vacuum Services. Differential pressure gauges feature two inlet ports, each connected to one of the two environments where pressure is to be monitored. By monitoring the pressure differential between a near-vacuum environment and one featuring standard atmospheric pressure, the user/operator may obtain an accurate pressure reading by subtracting the difference in total pressure between the two systems.

 

*THERE ARE NO RETURNS ON THIS PRODUCT IF OPENED OR USED*


A&J Vacuum services and repairs Pfeiffer Vacuum PBR 260 Active Pirani & Bayard Alpert Hot Cathode Gauges, along with all other Pfeiffer Vacuum pressure gauges, transmitters, and measurement devices available on our website. Please contact us for additional information concerning our service program or click http://www.ajvs.com/service.php to access our Services page. We likewise offer emergency service and repair upon request. For more information, please contact A&J Vacuum Services at (973) 249-0854. Thank you for choosing AJVS as your supplier​.


Condition: New In Stock
Item#: PN07301 Mfr Part#: PTR26501 Manufacturer: Pfeiffer Vacuum
PRICE: $1,782.00
WEB SAVINGS: $162.00
YOU PAY: $1,620.00

Pfeiffer Vacuum IMR 265 Compact Process Ion Gauge, Pirani, Hot Cathode, DN 40 ISO KF, PTR 26501

 

Product Overview - Pfeiffer IMR 265 Compact Process, Dual Pirani & Hot Cathode Ion Gauge (w/DN 40 ISO-KF Inlet Flange):


The Pfeiffer Vacuum IMR 265 Compact Process Ion Gauge has been designed for vacuum measurement of non-flammable gases and gas mixtures. It must not be used for measuring flammable or combustible gases in mixtures containing oxidants (e.g. atmospheric oxygen) within the explosion range.

The Pfeiffer IMR 265 Gauge is a part of the Pfeiffer Vacuum Compact Gauge family and can be operated in connection with a Pfeiffer Vacuum measurement and control unit for Compact Gauges or with another control device. Over the entire measuring range, the measuring signal is displayed in the form of output as a logarithm of the pressure.

The IMR 265 functions with an HP high pressure hot cathode ionization manometer, which is controlled by the built-in Pirani manometer (control range). The hot cathode manometer is only switched on for pressure ranges below the maximum threshold of 5 × 10^[-2] mbar, in order to prevent potential filament burnout. For pressures above this threshold, the Pirani signal is utilized exclusively for output.

This unit is NEW and comes with a Full 6-Month Warranty!

 

A Brief Overview of Pressure Measurement Within a Vacuum System:


Pressure measurement is the analysis of an applied force by a fluid (liquid or gas) on a surface. Pressure is typically measured in units of force per unit of surface area - the Pascal (Pa) is the SI unit commonly used to measure pressure, equivalent to one newton per square meter. Alternatively, pounds per square inch (psi) can also be used as a unit of pressure measurement. In determining the degree of pressure within a vacuum or system, most gauges measure pressure relative to atmospheric pressure, a level referred to as the zero point. Vacuum gauges are especially precise instruments, as they are able to detect the slightest deviations from a state of total vacuum. Any reading greater than total vacuum in such a state constitutes a form of pressure, and thus a vacuum gauge uses total vacuum as the zero point. A vacuum gauge utilizes an absolute scale, whereby the lever begins at the zero point (a complete absence of pressure within a state of total vacuum) and can only change in one direction (as pressure increases).

Differential pressure is likewise an important concept in the field of pressure measurement, as it conveys the difference in pressure between two points or systems. Often times, this refers to the difference between standard atmospheric pressure (typically about 100 kPa at sea level) and the pressure within a vacuum environment. Differential pressure analyses are commonly used in industrial processing systems, and are incorporated within many of the products sold and serviced by A&J Vacuum Services. Differential pressure gauges feature two inlet ports, each connected to one of the two environments where pressure is to be monitored. By monitoring the pressure differential between a near-vacuum environment and one featuring standard atmospheric pressure, the user/operator may obtain an accurate pressure reading by subtracting the difference in total pressure between the two systems.

 

*THERE ARE NO RETURNS ON THIS PRODUCT IF OPENED OR USED*


A&J Vacuum services and repairs Pfeiffer Vacuum IMR 265 Dual Pirani & Hot Cathode Ion Gauges, along with all other Pfeiffer Vacuum pressure gauges, transmitters, and measurement devices available on our website. Please contact us for additional information concerning our service program or click http://www.ajvs.com/service.php to access our Services page. We likewise offer emergency service and repair upon request. For more information, please contact A&J Vacuum Services at (973) 249-0854. Thank you for choosing AJVS as your supplier​.


Condition: New
Item#: PN07302 Mfr Part#: PTR26502 Manufacturer: Pfeiffer Vacuum
PRICE: $1,738.00
WEB SAVINGS: $158.00
YOU PAY: $1,580.00

Pfeiffer Vacuum IMR 265 Compact Process Ion Gauge, Pirani, Hot Cathode, DN 16 CFF, PTR 26502

 

Product Overview - Pfeiffer IMR 265 Compact Process, Dual Pirani & Hot Cathode Ion Gauge (w/DN 16 CFF Inlet Flange):


The Pfeiffer Vacuum IMR 265 Compact Process Ion Gauge has been designed for vacuum measurement of non-flammable gases and gas mixtures. It must not be used for measuring flammable or combustible gases in mixtures containing oxidants (e.g. atmospheric oxygen) within the explosion range.

The Pfeiffer IMR 265 Gauge is a part of the Pfeiffer Vacuum Compact Gauge family and can be operated in connection with a Pfeiffer Vacuum measurement and control unit for Compact Gauges or with another control device. Over the entire measuring range, the measuring signal is displayed in the form of output as a logarithm of the pressure.

The IMR 265 functions with an HP high pressure hot cathode ionization manometer, which is controlled by the built-in Pirani manometer (control range). The hot cathode manometer is only switched on for pressure ranges below the maximum threshold of 5 × 10^[-2] mbar, in order to prevent potential filament burnout. For pressures above this threshold, the Pirani signal is utilized exclusively for output.

This unit is NEW and comes with a Full 6-Month Warranty!

 

A Brief Overview of Pressure Measurement Within a Vacuum System:


Pressure measurement is the analysis of an applied force by a fluid (liquid or gas) on a surface. Pressure is typically measured in units of force per unit of surface area - the Pascal (Pa) is the SI unit commonly used to measure pressure, equivalent to one newton per square meter. Alternatively, pounds per square inch (psi) can also be used as a unit of pressure measurement. In determining the degree of pressure within a vacuum or system, most gauges measure pressure relative to atmospheric pressure, a level referred to as the zero point. Vacuum gauges are especially precise instruments, as they are able to detect the slightest deviations from a state of total vacuum. Any reading greater than total vacuum in such a state constitutes a form of pressure, and thus a vacuum gauge uses total vacuum as the zero point. A vacuum gauge utilizes an absolute scale, whereby the lever begins at the zero point (a complete absence of pressure within a state of total vacuum) and can only change in one direction (as pressure increases).

Differential pressure is likewise an important concept in the field of pressure measurement, as it conveys the difference in pressure between two points or systems. Often times, this refers to the difference between standard atmospheric pressure (typically about 100 kPa at sea level) and the pressure within a vacuum environment. Differential pressure analyses are commonly used in industrial processing systems, and are incorporated within many of the products sold and serviced by A&J Vacuum Services. Differential pressure gauges feature two inlet ports, each connected to one of the two environments where pressure is to be monitored. By monitoring the pressure differential between a near-vacuum environment and one featuring standard atmospheric pressure, the user/operator may obtain an accurate pressure reading by subtracting the difference in total pressure between the two systems.

 

*THERE ARE NO RETURNS ON THIS PRODUCT IF OPENED OR USED*


A&J Vacuum services and repairs Pfeiffer Vacuum IMR 265 Dual Pirani & Hot Cathode Ion Gauges, along with all other Pfeiffer Vacuum pressure gauges, transmitters, and measurement devices available on our website. Please contact us for additional information concerning our service program or click http://www.ajvs.com/service.php to access our Services page. We likewise offer emergency service and repair upon request. For more information, please contact A&J Vacuum Services at (973) 249-0854. Thank you for choosing AJVS as your supplier​.


Condition: New
Item#: PN07303 Mfr Part#: PTR26503 Manufacturer: Pfeiffer Vacuum
PRICE: $1,771.00
WEB SAVINGS: $161.00
YOU PAY: $1,610.00

Pfeiffer Vacuum IMR 265 Compact Process Ion Gauge, Pirani, Hot Cathode, DN 40 CFF, PTR 26503

 

Product Overview - Pfeiffer IMR 265 Compact Process, Dual Pirani & Hot Cathode Ion Gauge (w/DN 40 CFF Inlet Flange):


The Pfeiffer Vacuum IMR 265 Compact Process Ion Gauge has been designed for vacuum measurement of non-flammable gases and gas mixtures. It must not be used for measuring flammable or combustible gases in mixtures containing oxidants (e.g. atmospheric oxygen) within the explosion range.

The Pfeiffer IMR 265 Gauge is a part of the Pfeiffer Vacuum Compact Gauge family and can be operated in connection with a Pfeiffer Vacuum measurement and control unit for Compact Gauges or with another control device. Over the entire measuring range, the measuring signal is displayed in the form of output as a logarithm of the pressure.

The IMR 265 functions with an HP high pressure hot cathode ionization manometer, which is controlled by the built-in Pirani manometer (control range). The hot cathode manometer is only switched on for pressure ranges below the maximum threshold of 5 × 10^[-2] mbar, in order to prevent potential filament burnout. For pressures above this threshold, the Pirani signal is utilized exclusively for output.

This unit is NEW and comes with a Full 6-Month Warranty!

 

A Brief Overview of Pressure Measurement Within a Vacuum System:


Pressure measurement is the analysis of an applied force by a fluid (liquid or gas) on a surface. Pressure is typically measured in units of force per unit of surface area - the Pascal (Pa) is the SI unit commonly used to measure pressure, equivalent to one newton per square meter. Alternatively, pounds per square inch (psi) can also be used as a unit of pressure measurement. In determining the degree of pressure within a vacuum or system, most gauges measure pressure relative to atmospheric pressure, a level referred to as the zero point. Vacuum gauges are especially precise instruments, as they are able to detect the slightest deviations from a state of total vacuum. Any reading greater than total vacuum in such a state constitutes a form of pressure, and thus a vacuum gauge uses total vacuum as the zero point. A vacuum gauge utilizes an absolute scale, whereby the lever begins at the zero point (a complete absence of pressure within a state of total vacuum) and can only change in one direction (as pressure increases).

Differential pressure is likewise an important concept in the field of pressure measurement, as it conveys the difference in pressure between two points or systems. Often times, this refers to the difference between standard atmospheric pressure (typically about 100 kPa at sea level) and the pressure within a vacuum environment. Differential pressure analyses are commonly used in industrial processing systems, and are incorporated within many of the products sold and serviced by A&J Vacuum Services. Differential pressure gauges feature two inlet ports, each connected to one of the two environments where pressure is to be monitored. By monitoring the pressure differential between a near-vacuum environment and one featuring standard atmospheric pressure, the user/operator may obtain an accurate pressure reading by subtracting the difference in total pressure between the two systems.

 

*THERE ARE NO RETURNS ON THIS PRODUCT IF OPENED OR USED*


A&J Vacuum services and repairs Pfeiffer Vacuum IMR 265 Dual Pirani & Hot Cathode Ion Gauges, along with all other Pfeiffer Vacuum pressure gauges, transmitters, and measurement devices available on our website. Please contact us for additional information concerning our service program or click http://www.ajvs.com/service.php to access our Services page. We likewise offer emergency service and repair upon request. For more information, please contact A&J Vacuum Services at (973) 249-0854. Thank you for choosing AJVS as your supplier​.


Condition: New
Item#: PN07305 Mfr Part#: PTR27000 Manufacturer: Pfeiffer Vacuum
PRICE: $1,837.00
WEB SAVINGS: $167.00
YOU PAY: $1,670.00

Pfeiffer Vacuum PBR 260, Active Pirani & Bayard Alpert Hot Cathode Vacuum Gauge, DN 25 ISO KF, PTR27000​

 

Product Overview - Pfeiffer PBR 260 Active Pirani & Bayard Alpert Gauge:


The Pfeiffer Vacuum PBR 260 Active Full Range Gauge has been designed for vacuum measurement of non-flammable gases and gas mixtures. It must not be used for measuring flammable or combustible gases in mixtures containing oxidants (e.g. atmospheric oxygen) within the explosion range.

The PBR 260 Gauge is part of the Pfeiffer Vacuum Compact Gauges family and can be operated in connection with the MaxiGauge™ measurement and control unit TPG 256 A or with another evaluation unit. Over the entirety of its measurement range, the Compact FullRange™ BA Gauge has a continuous characteristic curve, whilt the measuring signal is displayed in the format of output as a logarithm of the pressure.

The PBR 260 Gauge functions with a Bayard Alpert Hot Cathode ionization and a Pirani measurement system. In a defined overlapping pressure range, a mixed signal of the two measurement systems constitutes as output. Above the pressure threshold, solely a Pirani signal is displayed. Below the pressure threshold, the hot cathode signal becomes the sole indicator of output. The Pirani signal switches the hot cathode measurement system on and off to prevent filament burn-out and excessive contamination. The user can select among two settings/thresholds for the switch process.

This unit is NEW and comes with a Guaranteed 6-Month Warranty.

 

A Brief Overview of Pressure Measurement Within a Vacuum System:


Pressure measurement is the analysis of an applied force by a fluid (liquid or gas) on a surface. Pressure is typically measured in units of force per unit of surface area - the Pascal (Pa) is the SI unit commonly used to measure pressure, equivalent to one newton per square meter. Alternatively, pounds per square inch (psi) can also be used as a unit of pressure measurement. In determining the degree of pressure within a vacuum or system, most gauges measure pressure relative to atmospheric pressure, a level referred to as the zero point. Vacuum gauges are especially precise instruments, as they are able to detect the slightest deviations from a state of total vacuum. Any reading greater than total vacuum in such a state constitutes a form of pressure, and thus a vacuum gauge uses total vacuum as the zero point. A vacuum gauge utilizes an absolute scale, whereby the lever begins at the zero point (a complete absence of pressure within a state of total vacuum) and can only change in one direction (as pressure increases).

Differential pressure is likewise an important concept in the field of pressure measurement, as it conveys the difference in pressure between two points or systems. Often times, this refers to the difference between standard atmospheric pressure (typically about 100 kPa at sea level) and the pressure within a vacuum environment. Differential pressure analyses are commonly used in industrial processing systems, and are incorporated within many of the products sold and serviced by A&J Vacuum Services. Differential pressure gauges feature two inlet ports, each connected to one of the two environments where pressure is to be monitored. By monitoring the pressure differential between a near-vacuum environment and one featuring standard atmospheric pressure, the user/operator may obtain an accurate pressure reading by subtracting the difference in total pressure between the two systems.

 

*THERE ARE NO RETURNS ON THIS PRODUCT IF OPENED OR USED*


A&J Vacuum services and repairs Pfeiffer Vacuum PBR 260 Active Pirani & Bayard Alpert Hot Cathode Gauges, along with all other Pfeiffer Vacuum pressure gauges, transmitters, and measurement devices available on our website. Please contact us for additional information concerning our service program or click http://www.ajvs.com/service.php to access our Services page. We likewise offer emergency service and repair upon request. For more information, please contact A&J Vacuum Services at (973) 249-0854. Thank you for choosing AJVS as your supplier​.


Condition: New
Item#: PN07306 Mfr Part#: PTR27001 Manufacturer: Pfeiffer Vacuum
PRICE: $1,903.00
WEB SAVINGS: $173.00
YOU PAY: $1,730.00

New Pfeiffer Vacuum PBR 260, Active Pirani & Bayard Alpert Hot Cathode Vacuum Gauge, DN 40 ISO KF, PTR 27001

 

Product Overview - Pfeiffer PBR 260 Active Pirani & Bayard Alpert Gauge (w/DN 40 ISO-KF, 40 Millimeter Flange):


The Pfeiffer Vacuum PBR 260 Active Full Range Gauge has been designed for vacuum measurement of non-flammable gases and gas mixtures. It must not be used for measuring flammable or combustible gases in mixtures containing oxidants (e.g. atmospheric oxygen) within the explosion range.

The PBR 260 Gauge is part of the Pfeiffer Vacuum Compact Gauges family and can be operated in connection with the MaxiGauge™ measurement and control unit TPG 256 A or with another evaluation unit. Over the entirety of its measurement range, the Compact FullRange™ BA Gauge has a continuous characteristic curve, whilt the measuring signal is displayed in the format of output as a logarithm of the pressure.

The PBR 260 Gauge functions with a Bayard Alpert Hot Cathode ionization and a Pirani measurement system. In a defined overlapping pressure range, a mixed signal of the two measurement systems constitutes as output. Above the pressure threshold, solely a Pirani signal is displayed. Below the pressure threshold, the hot cathode signal becomes the sole indicator of output. The Pirani signal switches the hot cathode measurement system on and off to prevent filament burn-out and excessive contamination. The user can select among two settings/thresholds for the switch process.

This unit is NEW and comes with a Guaranteed 6-Month Warranty.

 

A Brief Overview of Pressure Measurement Within a Vacuum System:


Pressure measurement is the analysis of an applied force by a fluid (liquid or gas) on a surface. Pressure is typically measured in units of force per unit of surface area - the Pascal (Pa) is the SI unit commonly used to measure pressure, equivalent to one newton per square meter. Alternatively, pounds per square inch (psi) can also be used as a unit of pressure measurement. In determining the degree of pressure within a vacuum or system, most gauges measure pressure relative to atmospheric pressure, a level referred to as the zero point. Vacuum gauges are especially precise instruments, as they are able to detect the slightest deviations from a state of total vacuum. Any reading greater than total vacuum in such a state constitutes a form of pressure, and thus a vacuum gauge uses total vacuum as the zero point. A vacuum gauge utilizes an absolute scale, whereby the lever begins at the zero point (a complete absence of pressure within a state of total vacuum) and can only change in one direction (as pressure increases).

Differential pressure is likewise an important concept in the field of pressure measurement, as it conveys the difference in pressure between two points or systems. Often times, this refers to the difference between standard atmospheric pressure (typically about 100 kPa at sea level) and the pressure within a vacuum environment. Differential pressure analyses are commonly used in industrial processing systems, and are incorporated within many of the products sold and serviced by A&J Vacuum Services. Differential pressure gauges feature two inlet ports, each connected to one of the two environments where pressure is to be monitored. By monitoring the pressure differential between a near-vacuum environment and one featuring standard atmospheric pressure, the user/operator may obtain an accurate pressure reading by subtracting the difference in total pressure between the two systems.

 

*THERE ARE NO RETURNS ON THIS PRODUCT IF OPENED OR USED*


A&J Vacuum services and repairs Pfeiffer Vacuum PBR 260 Active Pirani & Bayard Alpert Hot Cathode Gauges, along with all other Pfeiffer Vacuum pressure gauges, transmitters, and measurement devices available on our website. Please contact us for additional information concerning our service program or click http://www.ajvs.com/service.php to access our Services page. We likewise offer emergency service and repair upon request. For more information, please contact A&J Vacuum Services at (973) 249-0854. Thank you for choosing AJVS as your supplier​.


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