Variable-area flow meter P520
for liquidsfor gasstainless steel

variable-area flow meter
variable-area flow meter
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for liquids, for gas
stainless steel, glass, brass, PVC
for water treatment, for the pharmaceutical industry, laboratory
Other characteristics
precision, economical
Volumetric flow rate

Min.: 7 us gal/h (26.5 l/h)

Max.: 1,200 us gal/h (75.7 l/h)

Process temperature

38 °C, 54 °C (100 °F)

Process pressure

100 psi, 125 psi


1.5 %, 2 %, 3 %, 4 %


Parker’s P520 and P530 acrylic flowmeters maintain Parker’s high-quality standard in flowmeters and offer a more cost-effective meter for less critical applications. Parker P520 and P530 Series acrylic flowmeters are constructed to the same high-quality standards as the entire P series line. They represent a cost-effective alternative to glass tube flowmeters in less critical applications. The economical machined cast acrylic block construction is ideal for OEM use and the P530 series includes an inlet precision metering valve for applications requiring flow control. Markets: • Pharmaceutical • Water and Wastewater • Laboratories and Test Facilities • General Purpose Features/Benefits: • Brass, PVC or stainless-steel process connections • Metering tube of machined cast acrylic • Max Temperatures: 130°F (54° C) for liquids 100°F (38°) for gases • Capacities: 7 GPH to 20 GPM for water, 2.6 SCFH to 60 SCFH for air, Scales can be produced in any volumetric unit Applications: • Liquid media storage/transfer • Solvents, alcohol, and cleaning agents flow measurement • Chlorination & effluent water treatment plants • Mineral water treatment • Low measuring of liquids and gases • Process measurement and control


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