The Gilibrator System from Gilian is an easy to use Primary Standard for the calibration of Air Sampling equipment. This unique system features 3 interchangeable flow cells that incorporate twist on/off mounting and a micro-processor control unit.
Individual flow cells provide consistent pulsation free bubbles and the built in infrared sensors activate instantaneously to indicate the flow readouts on the Control Units LCD display. The 3 Flow Cell ranges are: High (2-30 LPM) Standard (20cc-6 LPM) and Low (2-250 cc/min.).
The control unit also offers useful microprocessor functions that include Auto-Averaging of multiple flow readings and a Flow Delete function that will subtract false readings from the average and reset back to the previous value.
The new Gilibrator system is the only airflow calibrator with interchangeable flow cells. This unique Gilian design allows you to choose from three individual flow ranges.
The Gilibrator electronics are programmed to calculate the air flow rate, average flow rate, and the test number of each sequence automatically. A manual Delete function will subtract erroneous readings from the average.
The Gilibrator’s control unit base features a large easy-to-read LCD display and select buttons for easy calculation of data. An auto-averaging button automatically averages the data during the calibration period. It states the number of calibrations and the average flow rate. The Delete button allows the erroneous bubble reading to be removed from the running average, and reset back to the previous reading. A reset button is a quick way to initialize a new calibration sequence and set the display back to zero.
Interchangeable flow cell mount
Each cell is designed to twist onto the electronics base. This enables you to install each cell quickly, without screws or clips.
Automatic bubble generator
At the base of the flow cell is the bubble generator. By pushing the button down, a ring lowers itself into the soap solution, creating a perfect film. Releasing the button lifts the film to the flow tube automatically.
Built-in infrared bubble sensors
This feature senses when the bubble passes the lower sensor, then the upper sensor. The electronics then calculate the flow rate of the bubble and indicate the reading on the LCD display.