Adjustable depth flowmeter

The flow-captor 4115.30 smart meter is said to be the first adjustable depth calorimetric flowmeter that can be inserted so that its tip is at the ideal measurement point (1/7th the inside diameter of the pipe) for the most accurate measure-ment of both laminar and turbulent flow profiles.

11/20/2002


Woodstock, GA - The flow-captor 4115.30 smart meter is said to be the first adjustable depth calorimetric flowmeter that can be inserted so that its tip is at the ideal measurement point (1/7th the inside diameter of the pipe) for the most accurate measure-ment of both laminar and turbulent flow profiles. The meter can be used on pipes from 1.5- to 24-in. dia. The device has no moving parts and can be used in a wide variety of media. Included is a NEMA 4-rated rate-meter/totalizer.

www.captor.com

Weber Sensors Inc.





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