The aircraft tire pressure gauge has a pressure range of 0 to 300 PSI and 15 inch hose length. This unit is also used to inflate tires with nitrogen.
Certification documents are provided with all gauges
Service gauges protected by a rubber boot
Service gauges are liquid filled to maintain accuracy
Regulator Gauge Accuracy: ASME Grade B 3-2-3
Gauge Accuracy: +/- Full Scale 1.5%
Digital Gauge Accuracy: +/- Full Scale .25%
All gauges require annual calibration
Storage container standard for Service and Pressure Gauges
The gauge Certificates of Calibration supplied for the gauge(s) on this unit contain the calibration data for the actual instrument calibrated, along with the calibration date of the STANDARD used to perform the calibration check.
The due date for re-calibration of the instrument should be based upon the date the instrument was placed in service in your facility. Re-calibration should be done on a periodic basis as dictated by the end user's quality system or other overriding requirements.
*This list is for general reference only and may not be entirely acurate for all aircraft. Please confirm all equipment meets the requirements of your aircraft with the owners/maintenance manuals prior to purchasing or using with your aircraft.
by Praetor Pilot, a Corporate Flight Department in VA USA
02/25/2021 08:48:15 AM
by Brian, a Corporate Flight Department in Sacramento, CA
12/24/2020 10:15:49 AM
by Brandon Johnson, a Corporate Flight Department in Amarillo, Texas