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Our Gas Meter Test Rigs in the High-Pressure Range 
- Your Most Economic Solution

Our great experience in the field of closed-loop high pressure calibration rigs for gas meters pays dividends for you. Our test rigs are among the most economical solution in the world because the stabilization times for the parameters pressure, temperature and flow rate are extremely short. This means that more meters can be calibrated in a given time. If you choose our engineering and our core components, you will also get the guarantee for the certification of the accepted measurement uncertainty by the PTB (member of the OIML).

As well as the extremely low settling times with our gas meter test rigs, with our high-pressure test rigs you will also benefit from the fully automatic control in combination with a special gas blower design (with internally sited radial blower and drive motor) and a matching cooling unit. In order to realize your special requirements, our design is always flexible and modular. The gas meter test rigs in the high-pressure range fulfill national and applicable international test regulations and are recognized by the Physical-Technical Federal Institute (PTB) in Braunschweig, Germany.

Our leading position in gas meter test rigs in the high-pressure range is also reflected in the fact that no supplier has a more extensive list of references than we do.

The system of our gas meter test rigs in the high-pressure range is designed for use with compressed air or inert gases at various pressures and flow rates. Almost every configuration of reference meters is possible for you, and the length or the test sections and number of blowers with connected heat exchangers and connected cold water systems are very varied. Our gas meter test rigs in the high-pressure range achieve a measurement uncertainty of ≤ 0,25%.

The system of our gas meter test rigs in the high-pressure range is designed for use with compressed air or inert gases at various pressures and flow rates. Almost every configuration of the reference meters is possible as well as the length of the test sections and the number of blowers with connected heat exchangers and connected cold water systems is highly variable. Our gas meter test rigs in the high-pressure range achieve a measurement uncertainty of ≤ 0.25%.