Process Tools Solution Center
Process Tools Solution Center
Working in a process control environment such as pharmaceutical, petroleum or gaseous environment can be dangerous, difficult work. Maintaining, building and calibrating these systems takes special expertise and Fluke is prepared with not only the tools, but the information you need to keep your world up and running. Here you'll find application notes, instructional videos and webinars, and user communities designed to answer your process/control questions. Links to Social Media keep the conversation going, and put you in touch with other users.
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So you think all analytical instrumentation is the same?
In these 5-minute videos, learn why the award-winning Fluke 719 Pressure Calibrator and 789 ProcessMeter should be the only process analytical meters you chose in your factory.
You've heard those words before but this time, you will be more than prepared to justify the "how much" and "whys" of management. In this 90-minute, pre-recorded webinar, learn the tools needed to financially justify calibration equipment purchases beginning with simple spreadsheet tools. (Sourced by chapters for easy user navigation.)
The decision to purchase a calibration service is often based on price alone. This price-only approach to purchasing can be a Trojan horse, hiding unexpected costs and a multitude of problems. This overview presents information to help you evaluate your calibration service providers’ calibration offerings and why the lowest cost calibration may not offer the best value.
Your multimeter or ordinary scope might not be enough in harsh environments. Watch this 5-minute video and learn why it's important to use the proper scope in these types of environments. Take the ScopeMeter Oscilloscope video tour. Built to solve tough problems in harsh industrial environments, ScopeMeter Oscilloscope even has a multimeter built-in.
Calibrating a pressure switch using a documenting process calibrator (DPC) can be conducted manually or as an embedded task using DPC software. It also requires certain pressure accessories, including a pressure module and hand pump. The steps outlined below are specific to the Fluke 750 Series, but the process can be applied to virtually any DPC.
Process manufacturing plants require hundreds, even thousands of sophisticated devices that perform countless critical operations ceaselessly, accurately, and reliably. Those devices in turn require regular inspection, testing, calibration, and repair.
In today’s process plants, most new field instruments are smart digital instruments. Smart implies a microprocessor-based instrument with extra functionality and digital compensation, supporting multiple sensor types or multiple variables. These instruments generally offer better accuracy, long-term stability, and reliability than conventional analog instruments.
About Fluke Corporation
Fluke Corporation is the world leader in the manufacture, distribution and service of electronic test tools and software. Since its founding in 1948, Fluke has helped define and grow a unique technology market, providing testing and troubleshooting capabilities that have grown to mission critical status in manufacturing and service industries. Every new manufacturing plant, office, hospital, or facility built today represents another potential customer for Fluke products. From industrial electronic installation, maintenance and service, to precision measurement and quality control, Fluke tools help keep business and industry around the globe up and running. Typical customers and users include technicians, engineers, meteorologists, medical-device manufacturers, and computer network professionals — people who stake their reputations on their tools, and use tools to help extend their personal power and abilities. A wholly owned subsidiary of Danaher Corporation (NYSE:DHR), Fluke is a multi-national corporation headquartered in Everett, Washington, USA. Manufacturing centers are located in the USA, the UK, Asia and The Netherlands.
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Key Process/Control Products
Portable, high-quality round pressure gauge calibrator for fast and accurate calibration test results
The Fluke 754 has features we know you’ll love: increased accuracy, enhanced reliability, and is easier to read in dark environments.
Ten Years Seems Like a Long Time, but Many Machine Builders Have Begun to Think About the Next Generation of Machine Design.
The Fluke 570 non-contact thermometers are ideal professional diagnostic tools for maintenance professionals requiring the most accurate temperature readings at all distances. The Fluke 570 series infrared (IR) measures surface temperatures, helping to quickly locate lubrication problems, overloads, short-circuits or misaligned and overheated equipment, reducing work and follow-up time, and improving performance.
The Fluke 718 pressure calibrator family (includes 4 models) provide a total pressure calibration solution for transmitters, gauges and switches. This compact pressure calibration solution is about a third of the size of comparable instruments and weighs just one kilogram (two pounds). The unique easy to clean pump helps protect the pump from damage and provides the ability to service the pump without disassembly, even in the field.
The Fluke 787 was the first tool to combine a DMM and a loop calibrator to give process technicians double the power in one tool. Now it’s even better, the range is extended with the Fluke 789 – the ultimate loop calibration multimeter. The Fluke 789 has a 24-Volt loop supply reducing the need for taking a separate power supply when doing offline transmitter testing. And with its built-in, selectable 250-Ohm Hart® resistor, it also eliminates the need to carry a separate resistor with you. Now process technicians can do a lot more while carrying a lot less.
Infrared and Visible light images are fused together - enabling you to view images in a range of modes from full IR to full visible light, and see exactly what you are viewing.
Fluke process calibration tools include a full range of solutions for the field and bench. The wide range of process calibrators include: Multifunction, mA Loop, Pressure and Temperature. Technicians who use Fluke tools can have confidence in the accuracy, ruggedness and reliability of their calibrators and can expect assistance and knowledgeable support for as long as they own their Fluke Process Calibration Tool.