Tomsk manufacturer of pressure gauges presented their new products

At JSC "Manotom" Feb. 9 seminar, which brought together some 50 representatives from 27 companies and enterprises of Novosibirsk, Kemerovo, Omsk, Tomsk and the Tomsk region.

A leading manufacturer and developer of pressure gauges, a member of the urban project Made in Tomsk has introduced more than 40 operating modernized instruments and devices, of which 15 — is the development of the past year.  

Thus, "Manotom" presented new items in a group of devices in buildings made of stainless steel, including corrosion. In 2011, the range of technical gauges Company joins the new MP4-UUHL1. The main difference from previous models — is the ability to use outdoors, resistance to climatic influences performance devices have NF1 — for pritemperature from -70 C to 50 C). Average service life of such devices — 10 years.


Also at the seminar were shown pointer instruments with current output. Metered use of electronics has enabled the use of new mechanical devices, the company said.

Also, on display workstations verification officer (AWP), and in the direction of defense presented a new development for the Navy — Depth gauge GM-08.

The company — the successor of the Tomsk nanometer factory has been producing pressure gauges since 1941 is the leading instrument manufacturer for the production of technical, marine, rail, corrosion and other gauges, including the tropical export and export versions, as well as pressure and temperature sensors, digital manometers manometric thermometers for temperature and pressure for domestic boilers.

In addition, the company is the only manufacturer of special purpose mechanical gauges for the Ministry of Defence in cases of a diameter of 100 and 160 mm.

JSC "Manotom" has its own Research and Design Bureau has been developing a new generation of devices — mostly, this pressure and temperature sensors, electronic counters of electric energy consumption measuring systems for industrial automation. Is a member of the "Russian Engineering Union."

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