Pressure test instrument LPH

pressure test instrument
pressure test instrument
pressure test instrument
pressure test instrument
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aeronautical, compact


The patented TestMaster® Model LPH Series Hydrostatic Test Tools are specially designed to grip and provide positive sealing for plain end tubing. The safety spring pre-grips the tube, and the clamping mechanism assure a constant, positive grip during the work cycle. Tools are available with manual lever operation or pneumatic actuation. The tool can be used with a variety of services including water, oil, and other liquids. The Model LPH Series Tools are suitable for hydrostatic pressure testing and hydro-expansion up to 5,000 psi (345 bar) according to military, nuclear, automotive, and aerospace specifications: API, ASTM, ASME, ISO, DIN, and BS. The compact, balanced design is particularly suited to restricted work areas, such as aircraft lines or heating and cooling systems. The Model LPH Series Tool handles standard and metric tube, pipe, and fitting sizes from 0.13 in. to 6.63 in. (3.2 mm to 168.3 mm) in diameter. Maximum Pressure: - Working pressures up to 5,000 psi (345 bar) Tube OD Range: - 0.13 in. to 6.63 in. OD (3.2 mm to 168.3 mm OD) Temperature: - 32° F to 120° F (0° C to 49° C) Services: - Water, oil, and other liquids Velocity: - Full-flow, high prefill Collet Grip and Seal: - On tube OD Gripping: - Pressure-compensated design for safe operation Tool Operation: - Lever operated, single air-operated, or dual air-operated Lever Collet Release: - Fast tool removal Special Collet Locking Design Principle: - Accommodates shorter length tube Predetermined Internal Tube Stop: - Requires no measuring Low Marking Collets: - Prevents tube end collapse and damage Built-in Tube End Tolerances: - Requires no square cut ends


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