Ralston Instruments, a leader in pressure calibration innovation, is pleased to introduce the new ControlPak, the first manual pressure controller developed specifically for calibrating pressure instruments with compressed gas in the field. It features a large, pressure-balancing piston for precise, fingertip control of pressure, along with a tough, tactical case that protects the controls and makes it easy to transport to any test site.
Ralston Instruments is pleased to announce the latest addition to our extensive line of pressure calibration products - the LC10-TA Digital Probe Thermometer. Designed as a practical alternative to industrial glass temperature probes, the portable LC10-TA features a durable stainless steel probe, eliminating the risks involved in using mercury thermometers. It’s a helpful tool for lab personnel, I&E and hydrostatic technicians, and anyone involved in temperature monitoring in non-hazardous locations.
Ralston Instruments, a leader in the advancement of pressure calibration equipment, is pleased to introduce its new Field Gauge LC10 line of pressure gauges. Responding to a need for an affordable gauge with high-end features, the Field Gauge LC10 is compact, tough, and reliable and offers numerous customization options.
Ralston Instruments, a leader in the development of innovative pressure calibration equipment for industries around the globe, today announces the release of the versatile new Ralston DCAP-PV Pressure/Vacuum Hand Pump. For field calibration operations that require both pressure and vacuum, this revolutionary new pressure pump allows the user to quickly and easily switch between pressure and vacuum with a simple turn of a knob.
Ralston Instruments, a leader in the advancement of pressure calibration equipment, has just announced a new line of hoses and adapters - the Ralston Quick-test™ USN Connection. Made in the USA from military-grade 316 stainless steel, the new USN adapters provide access to existing high pressure ports with a click-in, click-out quick-connect without the threat of accidental disconnection. System pressure locks the quick-connect to eliminate disconnection while live pressure puts the technicians at risk.