Calibrating pressure gauges and pressure sensors with air as the pressure medium has the great advantage that the test item does not come into contact with either water or oil during calibration.
The disadvantage of calibrating with air is that the maximum possible pressure is significantly lower than that of calibrating with oil or water.
This is where the P160.T sets new standards. Calibrations up to 160 bar are now no longer a problem - with air as the calibration medium. That is 100 bar more than we achieve with our hand pumps.
A vacuum of up to -0.95 bar is also possible and all this with very high operating comfort of the pump.