Micro manometers are highly sensitive instruments used to measure very small pressure differences or pressure variations in a variety of applications. They are often used in HVAC (heating, ventilation, and air conditioning) systems, cleanrooms, laboratories, and other applications where precise pressure measurements are necessary. Visit the Kanomax website HERE
The basic design of a micro manometer consists of a sensing element, which can be a diaphragm or a transducer, connected to a display unit. The sensing element is placed in contact with the air or gas being measured, and the display unit shows the pressure readings in units such as Pascal (Pa), inches of water column (inWC), or millimeters of water column (mmWC).
Micro manometers are highly accurate instruments that can measure pressure variations as small as a few tenths of a Pascal or less. They are often used in cleanroom environments, where even slight changes in pressure can impact the air quality and cleanliness of the room. They are also used in laboratories and other sensitive environments where precise pressure measurements are critical.
In HVAC systems, micro manometers are used to measure pressure differences between different zones or ducts in the system. This can help ensure that the system is balanced and operating efficiently, and can also help identify potential issues such as leaks or obstructions in the ductwork.
Overall, micro manometers are a valuable tool for measuring very small pressure differences or pressure variations in a variety of applications, and are widely used in HVAC, cleanroom, laboratory, and other sensitive environments where precise pressure measurements are necessary.
Alpha Scientific also offers a wide range of differential pressure sensors and other environmental sensors for fixed pressure measurements.