Oval gear flow meter VO series
for oilfor chemicalsfor fuel

oval gear flow meter
oval gear flow meter
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Characteristics

Technology
oval gear
Fluid
for oil, for chemicals, for fuel
Pipe diameter
DN15 - 1/2"
Installation
threaded
Material
stainless steel, aluminum
Communication
4-20 mA, with pulse output, digital output
Protection level
IP67
Applications
industrial
Other characteristics
precision
Process pressure

25 bar, 68 bar (362.59 psi)

Process temperature

Min.: -40 °C (-40 °F)

Max.: 130 °C (266 °F)

Volumetric flow rate

Min.: 0 l/min (0 us gal/min)

Max.: 100 l/min (26.4 us gal/min)

Description

very good accuracy and repeatability low pressure drop suitable for industrial and chemical liquids, mineral oils and fuels insensitive to vibration, pressure changes and viscosity changes The SIKA oval wheel meters were developed for volume and volumetric flow measurement of liquids. They are used in applications such as lubricant monitoring or food and beverage production. • displacement flow meters with direct recording of the volume • no inlet and outlet sections required • high-quality construction for long service life and high reliability • high long-term stability • high measuring accuracy and repeatability • easy installation Oval wheel meters are displacement flow meters that transport defined partial volumes in individual measuring chambers. The sensor element consists of two high-precision, toothed oval wheels that are driven by the flow of the medium and roll upon each other. With each revolution of the oval wheel pair, a specific volume is thus transported. The number of revolutions is the measure of the amount of liquid passed through. The revolutions are recorded by a sensor element.

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