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Turbine Meter offers low flow measurement.

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C-OH45-A Low Flow Turbine Meter is based on pelton wheel-like rotor and features 316 stainless steel housing and self-lubricating ball bearings. It offers flow measurement for clean, low and moderate viscosity liquids in 12 overlapping ranges from 0.015 to 3.00 gpm, with accuracy of +/-1% (after linearization) over 10:1 flow range. Unit has max pressure rating of 1,000 psi and temperature range of -450 to +450 deg F.



Original Press Release:


FloCat Introduces C-OH45-A Low Flow Turbine Meter


Kenosha, Wi., April 1, 2002: The C-OH45-A Low Flow Turbine Meter is a family of low flow rate measurement devices based on a pelton wheel-like rotor. The rugged 316 stainless steel housing and self-lubricating ball bearings is a configuration intended to suit the requirements of a broad base of industrial users.

The C-OH45-A offers low flow measurement for clean, low and moderate viscosity liquids in twelve over-lapping ranges from 0.015 to 3.00 GPM. Designed to meet the diverse requirements of the industrial user, the C-OH45-A offers a 1/2" flared end
connections with installation kits available to provide NPT or flanged connections to facilitate installation into existing lines.

Additional features:

* Flow Ranges from 0.015 to 3.00 GPM
* Maximum pressure rating of 1,000 PSI
* Temperature range of -450 to +450°F
* Accuracy ±1% (after linearization) over a 10:1 flow range
* Repeatability ±0.25%
* Large selection of electronic integration

The C-OH45-A offers an affordable and accurate low flow measurement device demanded by industrial and laboratory users. For additional information on the C-OH45-A Low Flow Turbine Meter visit FloCat's website at: www.flocat.com or e-mail
FloCat at: sales@flocat.com factory trained customer service representatives are available to help in the selection process.

For Details, Contact:
Karen Bergquist
Phone: 1-262-653-0790
Fax: 1-262-653-0858

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