Calibration baths are electronic controllers which automatically, quickly and with the help of a liquid supply a temperature Due to the high reliability, accuracy and exceptional homogeneity in the measuring chamber, calibration baths are particularly suitable as a factory/working standard for the automatic testing and/or calibration of the widest range of temperature probes − independent of diameter. A special micro calibration bath design enables on-site applications.

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WIKA Instrumentation Pars Kish Ltd.

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+98 21 88206-596
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FAQ

What is an axial gradient?

Temperature difference/temperature gradient from the bottom – maximum immersion depth – to the top - surface of the calibrator.

What is the minimum immersion depth with dry well calibrators?

The minimum immersion depth for dry well calibrators is 70mm. This is driven by the axial gradient, since warm air rises from the bottom up.  Should this minimum immersion depth of 70mm not be reached, an external reference thermometer must be used for calibra ... More

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