AMPTEC Aircraft Bonding Meters
AMPTEC Aircraft Bonding Meters ~ Amptec 620LK Bonding Milli-Ohmmeter
The UL 913 Intrinsically Safe AMPTEC 620LK Safety Bonding Milli-Ohmmeter
Measures lower bond resistance levels with greater accuracy. It measures very low resistance bonds that are less than 1 milli-ohm (on the Lockheed Martin F-35 Joint Strike Fighter). The high resolution version AMPTEC 620LK Bonding Milli-Ohmmeter has wider (lower & higher) dynamic ranges, while the standard version 620LK…
AMPTEC Aircraft Bonding Meters ~ Amptec 720A Micro-Ohmmeter
The AMPTEC 720A Micro-Ohmmeter has the identical ranges, resolution and it
offers slightly better accuracy than the obsolete Keithley 580 Ohmmeter. The AMPTEC 720A is an accurate, affordable, seven range, four wire Kelvin based Digital Micro-Ohmmeter and is available with Auto-Range capability.
AMPTEC Aircraft Bonding Meters ~ Amptec 620UK-B Bonding Tester
The USAF’s AMPTEC 620UK-B Bonding Milli-ohmmeter, just got better. The brand new AMPTEC 620UK-B Low Resistance Safety Bonding Milli-ohmmeter now measures even lower bond resistance levels with even better resolution and better accuracy.
Watch Boeing’s 5 minute video on basic Aircraft Bonding featuring the Amptec 620LK.
AMPTEC Aircraft Bonding Meters ~ Bonding Explained
Aircraft Bonding is the process of connecting two or more metallic objects together by means of a conductor. Bonding is done to equalize electrostatic potential between two or more conductive objects. The generation of static electricity cannot be prevented entirely. Its generation is not in itself a hazard provided it can be dissipated safely. The hazard is encountered when changes accumulate to the extent that a spark discharge occurs to some other object in the presence of hazardous atmospheres, dusts, etc. Elimination of such potential hazards, therefore, requires proper grounding or neutralization of the charges to avoid dangerous accumulations.
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