Liquid paddlewheel flow meter

The IC-LPM series of paddlewheel meters are designed to meet flow monitoring requirements for temperature controllers and chemical and water batching

03/06/2013


The IC-LPM series of paddlewheel meters are designed to meet flow monitoring requirements for temperature controllers and chemical and water batching. Courtesy: Icenta ControlsThe IC-LPM series of paddlewheel meters provides accurate flow rate monitoring over the range of 0.5 to 1200 l/min with standard nominal sizes up to 50 mm. Its stainless steel construction offers corrosion resistance and a versatile design with custom options to meet varying flow monitoring requirements. The IC-LPM paddlewheel meter features a supported paddlewheel impeller mounted on a bearing and pin assembly. As the fluid passes through the meter body it causes the paddlewheel to rotate at a speed that is proportional to the stream flow velocity over a 10:1 linear flow range. Typical applications include chilled water circuit monitoring, oil based temperature controllers, chemical & water batching.

Icenta Controls Ltd.

www.icenta.co.uk



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