Paddle flow meter IC-LPM
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paddle flow meter
paddle flow meter
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The Metri IC-LPM Paddlewheel Flow Meter is manufactured to provide a robust stainless steel construction that has excellent corrosion resistance properties. Highly flexible it can be adapted to meet the requirements of a wide variety of liquid flow applications or customised for OEM flow meter applications: Metri IC-LPM Paddlewheel Flow Meters are manufactured and supplied with either threaded or flanged connections and a variety of output choices to select from. It can be fitted to a display prior to despatch and is ideal for compact or remote installation. Whatever the temperature of your application the Metri Paddlewheel can accommodate it with 3 temperature ratings available – a standard operating temperature of -40 to 120°C with options for medium (up to 230°C) and high (up to 350°C) temperature ratings. The threaded versions of the Metri Paddlewheel flow meter will withstands pressures up to 100 bar as standard with higher pressure options also available. Metri LPM paddlewheel Flow Meters are an ideal replacement for many turbine meters: they offer a lower pressure drop and reduced risk of contamination from liquids with suspended solids, while still achieving an excellent level of repeatability. Metri IC-LPM Paddlewheel Flow Meter Features: •Can be fitted to pipe sizes from DN15 – DN50 •Cost effective meters for a broad range of liquids •Accurate with low pressure drop •304 stainless steel construction as standard (316 also available) •Versatile, adaptable design with custom options •High pressure rating up to 100 bar as standard •High temperature option up to 350˚C •Selection of flow instruments and displays for compact or remote installation
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