Vane type flow meters
various materials; up to two set points; NW 10 to NW 200, also ATEX approved models
Vane type flow meters
for gases or liquids, ranges from 0-5 l/min to 1000-5000 l/min, process connections from 1/4" screwed to 8" flanged, analog display in several units, e.g. m3/h, materials: aluminum, bronze, stainless steel, cast iron nickel plated, PTFE or PVC, pressure ranges from 20 bar to 200 bar, option: analog output signal
for gases or liquids, ranges from 0-5 l/min to 1000-5000 l/min, wafer body connection, connections from 3" to 8", analog display in several units, e.g. m3/h, materials: aluminum, bronze, stainless steel, cast iron nickel plated, PTFE or PVC, pressure ranges from 20 bar to 140 bar, option: analog output signal
flow indicator with rising ball or spinner, ranges from 0,1 l/min to 0-140 l/min, various models, materials: stainless steel or bronze, pressure range: up to max. 16 bar
The TM-FM-SG Double Window Sight Flow Indicators are designed to provide the means of visual inspectionfor process operations and plant protection. The straight through windows allow the operator to view immediate flow and to monitor the colour and condition of pipeline applications.
The plain spout enables visual inspection only while the flap variant with its’ graduated scale provides an indication of flow rate and repeatability of valve positioning. This variant is also available with a sprung flap to manage approximate flow that can be increased up to three times. It is an ideal solution for use in vertical lines where gravity prevents the use of an untensioned flap.
The TM-FM-SPP Plastic Sight Flow Indicator is a robust, low-cost industrial class flow indicator that is simple to install. It can be mounted in any position from vertical to horizontal without any special connectors or plumbing.
Constructed of high impact polycarbonate plastic, this product offers excellent structural integrity and compatibility with a wide range of industrial chemicals. The transparent polycarbonate plastic body allows visual inspection of the fluid condition as well as viewing the centrifugal movement of the internal impeller.