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Intrinsically safe pressure recorder

30 April 2009

Crystal Engineering has released nVision, a field pressure calibrator that can be configured to measure and record 200,000 pressure, temperature, current and voltage measurements. It can display the recorded data graphically, or graph the measurements as they are being recorded on its high resolution screen.
The intrinsically safe nVision provides accurate data under field conditions.

Intrinsically safe pressure recorder
Intrinsically safe pressure recorder

Pressure measurement accuracy is up to 0.025% of reading, throughout the entire operating temperature range of -20 to 50°C.

Leak testing and static pipeline can be significantly accelerated due to the ability to resolve smaller changes in pressure than is possible with chart recorders

The nVision can record any parameter at a rate of 10 times per second. The graphical display makes it easy to view valve characteristics, and the recorded data can become part of a permanent test record.
Another technical introduction on the nVision is the Crystal Pressure Fittings (CPF) system, a fitting and hose system that eliminates the hassle of pipe thread sealant and leaks because it permits finger tight connections that are leak free up to 10,000 PSI. Yet it’s fully compatible with fittings from companies such as HIP and Autoclave. The CPF fittings have a basic 4:1 safety factor.

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