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Title: VOLUMETRICS 2047 OXYGEN CALIBRATOR
Post by: ZZ on 08-05-2020 -- 21:42:39
Any old PMEL techs from the 80s, 90's, or 2000's with any knowledge of the Volumetrics 2047 oxygen gauge calibration system (33K6-4-2835-1)? Recently acquired a one (blue roll-around cart with N2 bottle, intensifier, and White case with the display, controller, input & output connections). This is a surplus AF PMEL unit that was last calibrated at McClellen in 1995.

I remember a few PMELs that I was at had these in use. The internet is pretty much devoid of any material or information about anything related to Volumetrics. Does anyone have pictures or a pdf manual of this unit? I found the cal procedure in GIDEP but that doesn't help much with connections, set-up, or operation. Any help is appreciated...
Title: Re: VOLUMETRICS 2047 OXYGEN CALIBRATOR
Post by: OlDave on 08-15-2020 -- 19:01:45
Post a picture of it if you would.
I can't remember it. Maybe we didn't have one at WPAFB.
Title: Re: VOLUMETRICS 2047 OXYGEN CALIBRATOR
Post by: yonker08 on 09-09-2020 -- 00:48:02
Dave, was that the system we used to cal the Fire Dept O2 tanks fill unit over at Rickenbacker?
Title: Re: VOLUMETRICS 2047 OXYGEN CALIBRATOR
Post by: OlDave on 09-12-2020 -- 19:00:21
I thought that was a King Nutronics standard. Can't remember the model number. Too many beers/years ago.
Title: Re: VOLUMETRICS 2047 OXYGEN CALIBRATOR
Post by: USMCPMEL on 09-22-2020 -- 18:59:22
Maybe contact micro precision? When you do a search on google it says they support them.