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Positive displacement flow meter FLOWMASTER II
inductivefor oilaluminum

positive displacement flow meter
positive displacement flow meter
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Characteristics

Technology
positive displacement, inductive
Fluid
for oil
Material
aluminum
Protection level
IP65
Applications
industrial, for low flow rates, for high flow rates
Process pressure

Min.: 6 bar (87.02 psi)

Max.: 20 bar (290.08 psi)

Process temperature

Min.: 0 °C (32 °F)

Max.: 60 °C (140 °F)

Description

Volumetric flowrate meter and setting device Key features: - Power supply: 12-24V DC - Reduction ratio: 392:1 - Maximum torque: 3 Kg. cm (6,6 lb in.) - Revolutions per minute without load: 6 rpm - Revolutions per minute with maximum torque: 5 rpm - Absorbed current without load: 15 mA - Absorbed current with maximum torque: 30 mA - Rotation direction: reversible FLOW MASTER is a flow volumetric device which allows the constant monitoring of the lubrication delivering. As the measurements are volumetric, they don’t depend on temperature or viscosity but they assure an accurate control without the need of any set up or compensation. Liquid flowing through the meter module moves a “satellite” which describes in a fixed orbits. Every orbit is monitored by an optical sensor that transmits the signal to a control device. The operator may read the liquid delivering in litres per minute or the revolutions number per minute directly from the FACT Controller device-display or from a PC monitor software. APPLICATIONS THE FLOWMASTER II can be applied in all lubrication systems based on recirculation system, and is particularly suitable for use in paper mills.

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