FCD-314/50

HyQuest FCD Field Calibration Devices

HyQuest FCD Field Calibration Devices

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The FCD Field Calibration Device is a light, portable device that allows field rain gauge calibration tests.

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  • Compact & portable
  • No maintenance required
  • Packed in a robust aluminum case
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The HyQuest Field Calibration Device (FCD) offers a quick, efficient method of checking the calibration of a rain gauge without having to remove it from its mounting. Created in response to hydrologists’ requests for a field rain gauge calibration test, the FCD is easy to use with no maintenance required. Its light weight, corrosion resistant materials and durable aluminum case makes it easy to take anywhere in the field. Choose from two different volumes (314mL or 653mL) and check the tip count against the spec chart for accurate calibration at varying intensities.

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HyQuest FCD Field Calibration Devices FCD-314/50 FCD field calibration device for TB3, TB4 & TB6 rain gauges, 314mL volume with 50mm/hr nozzle
$690.00
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HyQuest FCD Field Calibration Devices FCD-314/100 FCD field calibration device for TB3, TB4 & TB6 rain gauges, 314mL volume with 100mm/hr nozzle
$690.00
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HyQuest FCD Field Calibration Devices FCD-314/200 FCD field calibration device for TB3, TB4 & TB6 rain gauges, 314mL volume with 200mm/hr nozzle
$690.00
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HyQuest FCD Field Calibration Devices FCD-314/300 FCD field calibration device for TB3, TB4 & TB6 rain gauges, 314mL volume with 300mm/hr nozzle
$690.00
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HyQuest FCD Field Calibration Devices FCD-314/500 FCD field calibration device for TB3, TB4 & TB6 rain gauges, 314mL volume with 500mm/hr nozzle
$690.00
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HyQuest FCD Field Calibration Devices FCD-653/50 FCD field calibration device for TB3, TB4 & TB6 rain gauges, 653mL volume with 50mm/hr nozzle
$703.00
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HyQuest FCD Field Calibration Devices FCD-653/100 FCD field calibration device for TB3, TB4 & TB6 rain gauges, 653mL volume with 100mm/hr nozzle
$703.00
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HyQuest FCD Field Calibration Devices FCD-653/200 FCD field calibration device for TB3, TB4 & TB6 rain gauges, 653mL volume with 200mm/hr nozzle
$703.00
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
HyQuest FCD Field Calibration Devices FCD-653/300 FCD field calibration device for TB3, TB4 & TB6 rain gauges, 653mL volume with 300mm/hr nozzle
$703.00
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
HyQuest FCD Field Calibration Devices FCD-653/500 FCD field calibration device for TB3, TB4 & TB6 rain gauges, 653mL volume with 500mm/hr nozzle
$703.00
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
HyQuest FCD Field Calibration Device Nozzles FCD03-50 FCD field calibration device nozzle, 50mm/hr
$120.00
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HyQuest FCD Field Calibration Device Nozzles FCD03-100 FCD field calibration device nozzle, 100mm/hr
$120.00
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HyQuest FCD Field Calibration Device Nozzles FCD03-200 FCD field calibration device nozzle, 200mm/hr
$120.00
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HyQuest FCD Field Calibration Device Nozzles FCD03-300 FCD field calibration device nozzle, 300mm/hr
$120.00
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
HyQuest FCD Field Calibration Device Nozzles FCD03-500 FCD field calibration device nozzle, 500mm/hr
$120.00
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
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