Vortex flow transmitter for heat exchange systems

Clark Solution's Huba 210 Series Vortex Flow Transmitter is designed for water and water/glycol based heat exchange systems and other fluids compatible with the materials of construction.

07/25/2016


Huba 210 Series Vortex Flow Transmitter are designed for water and water/glycol based heat exchange systems and other fluids compatible with the materials of construction. Courtesy: Clark SolutionsClark Solutions' Huba 210 Series vortex flow transmitter is designed for water and water/glycol based heat exchange systems and other fluids compatible with the materials of construction. Featuring a number of sizes and signal outputs, these transmitters provide an economical option for original equipment manufacturer (OEM) flow measurement applications. The 210 Series transmitter offers accuracy and media resistance. Easy insertion and removal of fittings for pipe sizes to 1 in allows them to accommodate any system. The temperature measurement ranges from -40 to 302 F. Versions of the 210 Series vortex flow transmitter are available with a 1000 Ohm RTD temperature sensor built in to the bluff.

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