Hydraulic Pressure Test Pump & Pressure Gauge Manufacturer and Supplier in India

Types of Hydraulic Pressure Test Pump & Pressure Gauge

Electromagnetic Flow Meter
Dial Pressure Gauges
Steel Pressure Guage

We are a leading entity in the market for manufacturing and supplying superior quality of Hydraulic Pressure Pump & Pressure Gauge in India. Offered pump is known in the market for its excellent quality, robust construction and easy to maintain. We provide these pumps as per the drawing and specification of customers to meet their demands. Clients can purchase this pump at nominal cost price and customize packaging. Our product range includes a wide range of Steel Pressure Guage, Dial Pressure Gauges, Electromagnetic Flow Meter. Electromagnetic Flow Meter accurately measures the flow rate of any conducting liquid or slurry that is flowing in closed pipes. It is obstruction less and hence offers no pressure drop in the process. Absence of moving parts ensures that there is no need for maintenance. The performance of the instrument is not affected by the properties of the material such as corrosiveness, viscosity, density, acidity and alkalinity. It can measure the flow of liquids, pastes and slurries in water, wastewater. Suitable for chemical, fertilizer, paper, dairy, sugar, food and beverage industries.

Features:

  • Rugged stainless steel construction
  • Socket and case welded
  • Protection IP65
  • Usable to full scale
  • Overload Protection 130%
  • Glycerine Filled
Our Products
  • Product Details: Minimum Order Quantity 2 Piece Material Steel Brand EKA Connection New Condition New Wetted Parts SS 304, SS 316 Battery Included Yes Specifications: Dial Size: 63 mm Range: 0 to 3000 PSI Accuracy: Class 1.6 % Measuring Principle: Bourdon Tube Overpressure Limit: 130% F.S, short time System Material: Socket 316, Tube 316 Process …

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  • Product Details: Minimum Order Quantity 20 Number Measuring Range AS PER CLIENT REQUIREMENT Model Name/Number AS PER CLIENT REQUIREMENT Usage/Application Industrial Material Mild Steel Connection New Display Type AS PER CLIENT REQUIREMENT Type AS PER CLIENT REQUIREMENT Brand EKA Wetted Parts SS 304, SS 316 Color Silver EKA High Pressure Fittings has all types of …

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  • Product Details: Minimum Order Quantity 1 Piece Display Digital Application Media Water Brand EKA Model EKAM00P Liner PTFE Working Temperature 1-80 Degree c Electromagnetic Flow Meter accurately measures the flow rate of any conducting liquid or slurry that is flowing in closed pipes. It is obstruction less and hence offers no pressure drop in the process. …

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Hydraulic Pressure Test Pump & Pressure Gauge FAQ

Pressure testing is a process which is done to check for any errors in the installation or defects in the piping components. Basically the erected system is proof tested using the working fluid to something known as test pressure (usually 1.5 times the working pressure) and checked for leakages or pressure drop.

“Hydraulic Test Pump” is a diagnostic technique to perform high pressure hydraulic testing of tubes, pipes, hoses, cylinder. … The Hydraulic Test System is used to check the component to be tested is being filled up with an incompressible liquid, usually water or oil.
 

Hydrostatic test pumps rely on outlet and inlet hoses to move water from the supply source to the system that’s being tested. Outlet hoses, designed to withstand high pressures, connect pumps to the fire sprinkler or standpipe system. … Different manufacturers supply different hose lengths with their pumps.

A hydraulic pump is a mechanical source of power that converts mechanical power into hydraulic energy (hydrostatic energy i.e. flow, pressure). It generates flow with enough power to overcome pressure induced by the load at the pump outlet. … Hydrodynamic pumps are more frequent in day-to-day life.
You typically measure hydraulic pressure in pounds per square inch (psi), which is force per unit area. To calculate the force produced, multiply the pressure by the area of the hydraulic cylinder’s piston in square inches. This will give you the force in pounds, which you can easily convert into tons.