P4T Launches Air Quality Tools at Discounted Prices

New York, New York (PressExposure) December 30, 2009 -- They introduce a range of air quality tools that measures air pressure, velocity and flow of the air in order to maintain good ventilation in a room.

These series includes advanced air quality equipments which are: Fluke 922, Fluke 922 kit, Fluke C0210, and Fluke 971. The company has decided to provide these new and improved tools at astonishing introductory prices!

Fluke 922:

This tool measures the air flow by a simple method. It combines the air’s velocity, the air flow as well as the air pressure into a rugged and simple meter. This pat tester is compatible with almost all the major Pitot tubes.

More than that, it also makes the work of technicians easier. Fluke 922 easily enters the duct shape as well as dimensions for utmost dimension correctness. Its components are: - A wrist strap - Four AA batteries 1.5 V Alkaline - Two rubber hoses - Soft carrying case - and a User’s Manual - RRP- £345.00 - P4T price- £323.99 - Fluke 922 kit:

This kit allows the technicians to ensure and maintain proper air flow balance and perform duct traversals for accurate air flow readings and measurements.

This kit includes the following: - Toolpak - A Hard carrying case - Fluke 922 airflow meter - 30. 48 cm Pitot tube - Four AA Batteries 1.5 V Alkaline - A Users manual and - A Hard carrying case - RRP- £404.00 - P4T Price- £378.99 - Fluke 971:

This equipment accurately measures the humidity level as well as temperature readings of the surrounding air. This allows you to maintain comfortable level and good indoor air quality. RRP- £138.00 P4T price- £129.99

So hurry and avail these useful and reliable pat testers at astonishing low prices!

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Press Release Submitted On: December 30, 2009 at 3:19 am
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