A2G-mini: Control of filter pressure in limited space
The A2G-mini has been developed with a view to the EU directive for energy-efficient ventilation and air-conditioning systems: From January 1st, 2018, all central units with an air flow of more than 1,000 m³/h must have filter pressure monitoring.
The new differential pressure gauge indicates rising pressure loss reliably and in an easily readable format. It is available with four measuring ranges from 0 … 250 Pa to 0 … 1,000 Pa. The pressure gauge is completely silicone-free and thus fulfils the requirements of ISO 846 (microbial metabolic potential). With IP68 ingress protection and a UV-stabilised window it is also suitable for use in outdoor areas.
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WIKA Alexander Wiegand SE & Co. KG
Over the past 60 years, WIKA Alexander Wiegand SE & Co. KG has built a reputation as a renowned partner and competent specialist for any task in the field of pressure, temperature and level measurement. On the basis of a steadily growing efficiency, innovative technologies are applied when developing new products and system solutions. The reliability of the products and the readiness to face all challenges of the market have been the key factors for WIKA to achieve a leading position in the global market. Within the WIKA group 9,000 employees are dedicated to maintaining and improving technology in pressure and temperature measurement. Within our sales organisation you will find more than 500 skilled and experienced employees to talk to. More than 250 engineers and technicians are continually searching on behalf of WIKA to provide solutions for innovative products, improved materials and more economical production methods. In close cooperation with recognised universities, institutes and industrial companies solutions for specific applications are developed.
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