The testing industry's most well-liked and best-selling items are Amprobe Products. These devices deliver precise results for farmers, energy producers, and other industries. They are suitable for both professional service and household use. Electric conductivity meters, conductivity & tainting testers, water testers, pressure gauges, and other products are made by the reputable brand Amprobe.
Amprobe tools are put through arduous and thorough testing in Fluke's CSA-recognized facility to assure compliance with the most recent regulations for quality and safety you can rely on.
Fluke clamp meters help plant maintenance, process technicians, Electrical engineers and utility maintenance professionals alike to conduct troubleshooting.Read More
Amprobe Environmental Testers When you’ve got a specialized job to do, general-purpose tools won’t do. Whether you’re measuring sound, light, water, time or solar energy, depending on Amprobe for affordable, environmental test solutions.Read More
Fluke digital multimeters use them in the field or on the bench to troubleshoot and diagnose electrical measurements, appliance testing, lighting systems, electricity meters and...Read More
An all-purpose hammer similar to the one used by carpenters should be kept on hand by HVAC Tools workers. To avoid adding weight to your HVAC technician's tool belt, it is advised to carry a lightweight hammer.Read More
Now you can ensure your facilities are safe in the event of a lightning strike or utility overload with Flukes earth ground testers. Find ground testers from the basic to advanced testing...Read More
Fluke power quality test tools help verify electrical systems, quantify energy consumption, uncover harmonic issues and monitor dips, swells and inrush current...Read More
Insulation testers extend the life of electrical systems and motors. Fluke insulation testers are essential in any electrical system testing. For public and personal safety Fluke Insulation...Read More
Energized and de-energized underground wires, cables, and pipes can be found using wire tracers, which are created specifically for this purpose. The target operates by creating a signal on the wire or pipe, then using that signal to calculate the target's location and direction.Read More
The cable's route must be known in order to identify a fault in an underground cable. There are times when the paperwork includes maps of the cable routes (and that is why good documentation is necessary for every work).Read More