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Testing equipment for pressure tests up to 250 bar

A smaller high pressure pressure tester, for defectoscopic testing of castings, piping systems, pressure vessels, exchangers, pressure cylinders and many other products.

technical designation   AQTA 2.2-250-4
Pressure   250 bar (280 bar short)
Flow   4 l / min
Power   2.2 kW
Dimensions   750 x 320 x 450 mm
Weight   approx. 60 kg
Price (excl. VAT)
from 900, -CZK / day


AQTA 2.2-250-4 is used for pressure testing of products, castings, fittings, fittings, fittings, pumps, pressure vessels (aerators, vents, expanders, storage tanks, water heaters, , venting vessels, etc.), steam turbines and boilers, pressurization of piping systems, fire-fighting equipment and fire-fighting vessels, tubes and heat exchangers.


Technical parameters


Max. pressure 250 bar (short term 280 bar)
Max. flow 4 l / min
Performance 2.2 kW
Weight 60kg
Daily Day 1 & Day 2 1,200, -Kč (excluding VAT)
Daily 3rd to 5th day 900, -Kč (excluding VAT)
Daily rate for Day 6 and More 800, -Kč (excluding VAT)




Speck three-piston pump, electric motor, common frame, pressure regulator, low-pressure suction pressure gauge with pressure sensor for pressure and flow, glycerin damped high pressure gauge, inlet water filter, pressure switch - suction pressure, , clutch, clutch cover, engine starter and fork cable.




The pressure and flow control can be manually adjusted on the pressure regulator in the basic version. After starting the pressurization, starting with the motor starter, connecting the discharge to the pressure object (VT hose) and filling the pressurized object with liquid, draw the pressure regulator only after reaching the required pressure. Excessive fluid forgives the pressure regulator. After pressurization it is advisable to close the pressure object by the closing armature. For further pressure to the same pressure, it is possible to keep the pressure regulator set to the final value of the previous pressure.

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