There are 3 models.
- Pressure measuring points for a clean room can be fixed in e.g. a false ceiling (see photos). The visible part is smoothly finished for better hygiene.
- A static pressure measuring point consists of an open stainless steel tube that partly protrudes into the measuring space. The back of the tube sticks out, so that a hose can be placed over it. It can be secured with a flange.
- The pitot version of the static pressure measuring point is intended for measurement in spaces where the air is in motion and varies quickly. By taking over the measuring head of a pitot tube in this design, an attenuation of the measurement is achieved.