What does a dirt separator do?
How do you protect your calibration instruments against moisture and dirt? You can do this by using a dirt separator. This is an essential element for the protection of expensive measurement instrumentation against pollution.
The dirt separator collects moist and solid particles that often contain chemical elements. These can cause pollution and ultimately also a malfunctioning instrument.
The dirt separator is placed between the reference instrument and the instrument to be tested. We have various separators in our range, such as the 2525 dirt separator and the IDT 600 series from Druck. Both products keep your measuring instruments clean and dry. These relatively inexpensive accessories protect your valuable instrumentation.
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