Vacuum Pressure Calibration

The Mensor Calibration Laboratory is fully equipped with state of the art calibration standards capable of performing vacuum pressure calibrations.

Vacuum pressure is typically applicable when using pneumatic media.

Mensor's lab is accredited to ISO 17025 by A2LA.

Vacuum pressure is defined as a sub-atmospheric pressure that is measured relative to the ambient atmospheric pressure. It is expressed as a positive number. The statement "29 inches of Mercury vacuum" means that the pressure being described is 29 inches of Mercury below atmospheric pressure. This is equivalent to -29 inches of Mercury gauge pressure. The term vacuum in this context is a common way to describe these sub-atmospheric pressures. This is especially true in the HVAC and automotive industries.

Differences between the various types of pressure is described in the video below.

To request a quotation for vacuum pressure calibration, fill out the Calibration Quote Request form.

Pressure Calibration Quote Request
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