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Hydronic Manometers

    Accurate Hydronic System Balancing

    Facilities containing hydronic (water) systems are typically balanced for terminal flow using differential pressures. Balancing hydronic systems reduces energy consumption, saves money and enhances system performance.

    TSI Hydronic Manometers HM675 and HM685 are used to balance hydronic heating and cooling systems, check pump performance and to set balancing valves. Both models can measure and display differential, high side, and low side pressures simultaneously, without the need to change hose connections or instrument valve settings.

    Features and Benefits

    • Large backlit display for use in low light areas
    • Operates on four alkaline or NiMH rechargeable batteries
    • Reads in. H2O, ft. H2O, psi, in. Hg, mm H2O, kPa, mm Hg, or bar
    • Differential pressure range ±300 psi (±2068 kPa)
    • Gauge pressure range -20 to 300 psi (-138 to 2068 kPa)
    • Measure and display high side, low side, and differential pressure simultaneously
    • Robust, splash-proof case
    • HM685 includes data logging and flow calculation

    For 50 years, TSI has been a global authority on instruments used to measure air conditions, air quality and particles. We set the standard with the performance measurement tools and precision instruments that we manufacture and distribute to a worldwide customer base. Contact TSI for more information about our Hydronic Manometers.

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