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Hydrostatic Trainer didactic equipment education laboratory equipment teaching equipment fluid mechanics lab equipment

Item No.: MR-HM 115
Hydrostatic Trainer didactic equipment education laboratory equipment teaching equipment fluid mechanics lab equipment
Description
MR-HM 115 Hydrostatic Trainer didactic equipment education laboratory equipment teaching equipment fluid mechanics lab equipment
Description
• basic experiments in hydrostatics
• wide range of experiments
• closed water circuit with tank and pump
Hydrostatics is the study of fluids at rest. Phenomena occurring as a result of hydrostatic pressure are analysed and the force effect determined. Hydrostatic aspects play a crucial role in various areas of engineering, such as in plumbing and domestic engineering, in pump manufacturing, in aerospace and in shipping (buoyancy, load on the sides of a ship).
The MR-HM 115 trainer can be used to conduct experiments in the field of hydrostatics, such as ground pressure measurement or demonstrating Boyle’s law.
Determining the centre of pressure completes the range of experiments.
Furthermore, experimental units for studying capillarity and buoyancy are included. The hydrostatic pressure and surface tension are measured. Additionally, one experiment uses a Pitot tube and a tube for static pressure to study the pressure components in a flowing fluid.
To make the functions and processes visible, the tanks and the experimental units use a transparent design. Tanks and pipes are made entirely of plastic.
Various pressure gauges are available for measuring pressure and differential pressure of the liquid fluid, such as a Pitot tube, tube for static pressure a pressure sensor with digital display, twin tube manometers or a differential pressure manometer. A diaphragm manometer and a Bourdon tube manometer indicate the pressure of the gaseous fluid.


The trainer has its own air and water supply. The closed water circuit includes a supply tank with submersible pump. A compressor is included to generate positive and negative pressures for the experiments with air.
Learning objectives/experiments
• study of buoyancy on a variety of bodies
• study of the density of liquids
• hydrostatic pressure, Pascal’s law
• communicating vessels
• determination of the centre of pressure
• study of surface tensions
• demonstration of capillarity
• Boyle’s law
• study of static and dynamic pressure component in flowing fluid
• familiarisation with various methods of pressure measurement
Specification
[1] comprehensive experimental introduction to hydrostatics
[2] transparent tank for observing the processes
[3] wide range of accessories included: compressor for generating positive and negative pressures, bottom pressure apparatus, two areometers
[4] 1 experimental unit each: measuring the buoyancy force, investigation of the hydrostatic pressure in liquids, measuring the surface tension, communicating vessels, capillarity
[5] Pitot tube for determining the total pressure and tube for static pressure
[6] instruments: pressure sensor with digital display,differential pressure manometer, twin tube manometers, diaphragm manometer, Bourdon tube manometer
Technical data
Pump
• power consumption: 250W
• max. flow rate: 9m3/h
• max. head: 7,6m
Compressor
• power: 65W
• pressure at inlet: 240mbar
• pressure at outlet: 2bar
3 tanks
• height: 500mm
• Ø 100mm, Ø 133mm, Ø 200mm
Supply tank for water: approx. 50L


2 areometers with different measuring ranges
Measuring ranges
• pressure: 2x -1…1,5bar
• differential pressure: 0…500mmWC
• differential pressure: 0…0,4bar
• density: 1x 0,8…1g/cm3, 1x 1…1,2g/cm3
230V, 50Hz, 1 phase
230V, 60Hz, 1 phase; 120V, 60Hz, 1 phase
UL/CSA optional
LxWxH: 1760x820x1940mm
Weight: approx. 270kg
Scope of delivery
1 trainer
1 compressor
1 bottom pressure device
2 areometers
1 wedge-shaped tank
1 experimental unit each: surface tension, hydrostatic pressure in fluids, buoyancy force, capillarity, communicating vessels
1 set of instructional material