Inline Piston Flowmeters

Piston Variable Area Flow Meters - local indication of flow, easy addition of mechanical switches, inexpensive transmitters, variety of material to suit the fluid.

Inline Piston Flowmeters

Inline Piston Flowmeters

The inline piston flow meters are commonly used for monitoring the flow rate of clean fluids such as water, oil, chemicals, brine, de-ionized water and paint.
 
Available with following options or combinations of options.
  • Simple mechanical flow indication
  • Mechanical switch
  • 4-20 mA transmitter
  • 4-20 mA transmitter with HART
  • Visual LCD local
  • General purpose for chemicals, brine
  • Special units for water or oil
  • Order oil by ISO fluid number
Select your desired application:
 

Inline Piston FLow Meters for Water

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Optimized for cooling water flow monitoring

These variable area flowmeters have maximum flow options between 0.5 - 160 GPM. They are installed in-line in any position. Straight pipe runs before or after the meter are not required. The simple mechanical connection directly drives pointers, switches and transmitters.

  • Cooling water applications.
  • Local indication of flow rate.
  • Cost-effective alarm switches for notification of flow failure (such as a loss of cooling water).
  • Compact, low cost 4-20 mA transmitter.
  • 4-20 mA transmitter with HART
  • Low maintenance requirements.
  • Tough and simple brass meters, easy to install.
  • Low training requirements due to simple design.
 

Inline Piston Flow Meters for Oil

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Optimized for lubricating oil flow monitoring

These variable area flowmeters have maximum flow options between 0.5 - 160 GPM. They are installed in-line in any position. Straight pipe runs before or after the meter are not required. The simple mechanical connection directly drives pointers, switches and transmitters.

  • Lubricating oil applications.
  • Local indication of flow rate.
    Cost-effective alarm switches for notification of flow failure (such as a loss of cooling water).
  • Compact, low cost 4-20 mA transmitter.
  • 4-20 mA transmitter with HART
  • Low maintenance requirements.
  • Tough and simple brass meters, easy to install.
  • Low training requirements due to simple design.

Inline Piston Flow Meters for Corrosives

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Optimized for corrosive fluids flow monitoring

These variable area flowmeters have maximum flow options between 0.5 - 160 GPM. They are installed in-line in any position. Straight pipe runs before or after the meter are not required. The simple mechanical connection directly drives pointers, switches and transmitters.

  • Corrosive applications.
  • Local indication of flow rate.
  • Cost-effective alarm switches for notification of flow failure (such as a loss of cooling water).
  • Compact, low cost 4-20 mA transmitter.
  • 4-20 mA transmitter with HART
  • Low maintenance requirements.
  • Tough and simple brass meters, easy to install.
  • Low training requirements due to simple design.

 

 

Inline Piston Flow Meters - General

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Optimized for general application flow monitoring

These variable area flowmeters have maximum flow options between 0.5 - 160 GPM. They are installed in-line in any position. Straight pipe runs before or after the meter are not required. The simple mechanical connection directly drives pointers, switches and transmitters.

  • General applications.
  • Local indication of flow rate.
  • Cost-effective alarm switches for notification of flow failure (such as a loss of cooling water).
  • Compact, low cost 4-20 mA transmitter.
  • 4-20 mA transmitter with HART
  • Low maintenance requirements.
  • Tough and simple brass meters, easy to install.
  • Low training requirements due to simple design.
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