Plastic cylinder with three outlets positioned at different heights for investigating the dependence of hydrostatic pressure on water depth through an observation of the outlet water jets.
Height: 440 mm
Glass vessel with movable plungers for demonstrating equal distribution of pressure in all directions, observed by means of water jets forced out under pressure.
Total length: 350 mm
Diameter: Approx. 70 mm
Manometer for measuring pressures in the range 0 to 10 hPa (cm water column). U-tube open on both sides with overflow basin on aluminium base plate with scale. Includes stand rod on the reverse for attaching to stand base.
Length of arms: ...
For demonstrating the hydrostatic paradox and for quantitative measurements of ground pressure. This pressure is measured through the curvature of a membrane and indicated in magnified form with the help of a lever multiplier. Compensation ...
Inexpensive, transparent plastic vacuum chamber for basic experiments with low pressure. Hand pump integrated into base plate, bleed valve and manometer for measuring pressure down to 330 hPa.
Dimensions: 200 mm diam. x 250 mm
Demonstration manometer for measuring pressure in centimetres of water. The manometer consists of a U-tube open at both ends attached to a fiberboard (MDF) featuring a scale.
Length of each leg: 50 cm
Measuring range: 0 „Ÿ 50 cm of water ...
Complete equipment set for demonstration and practical training such as investigating transmission of hydraulic or pneumatic force, the relationship between force, surface area and pressure as well as verification of Boyle’s law.
A rugged ...
A horizontal glass tube can be connected to a water reservoir through capillary tubes of different diameters. The smaller the diameter of the capillary tube, the higher the water climbs above the level of the reservoir due to the greater hydrostatic ...