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by StJohn Vuetilovoni

Introduction

The Aeroqual AirCal 8000 is an (optional) integrated calibration system where the gas cylinders and calibration system are permanently installed in the AQM 65.

Gas cylinders are stored in a compartment on the left side of the main enclosure, and the components that perform the calibration are in a module inside the main enclosure.

You can schedule the AirCal 8000 to deliver zero and span calibration gas automatically, without the need for an engineer to visit the site.

Tools

Parts

  1. Attach (screw on) a gas regulator on to each of your 2 gas cylinders.
    • Attach (screw on) a gas regulator on to each of your 2 gas cylinders.

    • Calgaz cylinders have a C10 (⅝ – 18 UNF) thread (C10 fitting) which easily fits the gas regulators that come with your AirCal 8000.

  2. The cylinder enclosure is 20.5cm x 11.5cm and designed to hold the 6D and 8AL cylinders from Calgaz. Larger cylinders can be used with the AirCal 8000 but they’ll need to be externally secured and protected.
    • The cylinder enclosure is 20.5cm x 11.5cm and designed to hold the 6D and 8AL cylinders from Calgaz. Larger cylinders can be used with the AirCal 8000 but they’ll need to be externally secured and protected.

    • Place the cylinders inside the cylinder enclosure.

    • Connect the 1/8 inch OD Teflon tubing on the side of the enclosure to the gas regulators. This tubing connects the cylinders to the gas inlet ports on the AirCal 8000.

    • Use an adjustable spanner to ensure the connections are leak tight.

    • Turn the regulator control knobs clockwise to define the pressure of gas.

    • Shut and lock the enclosure door.

  3. Set up a scheduled run to initiate and control the calibration process for your installed gases.
    • Set up a scheduled run to initiate and control the calibration process for your installed gases.

    • If you're onsite, you should measure the excess flow out from the tee using a quality flowmeter.

    • For extra help, watch our video.

Conclusion

For further support, contact Technical Support.

Tanya Taylor

Member since: 02/25/2020

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