The 8000 Series Liquid Turbine Meters are rugged and reliable units suitable for a wide range of applications- providing low pressure drop and an expanded viscosity range in ½, ¾, 1, 1½, 2, 3, and 4 inch sizes with flow ranges from 0.75 to 1200 USGPM (0.17-273 m3/hr).
N/Aries Liquid Turbine Meters are rugged and reliable units suitable for a wide range of applications- providing low pressure drop and an expanded viscosity range in ½, ¾, 1, 1½, 2, 3, and 4 inch sizes with flow ranges from 0.75 to 1200 USGPM (0.17-273 m3
- Linearity- All meters have a ± 1.0% accuracy of reading over the entire flow range (w/ ± 0.5% available) and a repeatability of ± 0.1%.
- Endurance- Rugged construction that stands up under the toughest conditions is combined with precision operation.
- Versatility- Standard or special instrumentation can be used. A full line of electronic analog and digital instruments are available for indicating, totalizing, recording, and controlling flowrate and total throughput. The meters interface with the company's electronic readout devices and preamplifiers.
- Adaptability- The meters are designed with corrosion resistant materials throughout to handle virtually any type of liquid. In addition, they can be installed either vertically or horizontally.
- Ease of Maintenance- The meters are designed for easy service and quick disassembly (using standard tools). Internal parts (e.g. rotor assembly) are interchangeable within each size, with "K" factor variance of less than ± 5% from nominal. Internal parts are available as a calibrated kit- eliminating the need for field calibration facilities.
- Bidirectional Flow and Overrange- The symmetrical design permits reverse flow metering and a degree of overrange without damage to the meter. Bidirectional calibration is optional.
- Wafer Design (86xx Models Only)- The wafer design ensures easy installation between flanged faces- reducing installation costs.
Flow causes the multi-bladed rotor to turn at an angular velocity directly proportional to the velocity of the fluid measured. As the blades pass beneath a magnetic pickup coil, an AC signal is generated. Each AC pulse is equivalent to a discrete volume of fluid. Because the AC frequency is directly proportional to the rotor's angular velocity and the cross-sectional area of the meter is fixed, the frequency is directly proportional to the flowrate. The AC wave form generated is sinusoidal in nature- easily transmitted to local or remote electronic instrumentation.
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