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New turbine flowmeters with wireless integration

By Chemical Engineering |

AW-Lake[/caption] The TW Series turbine flowmeter (photo) provides flow measurement of oils, water and chemicals with±1% of reading or better and 0.1% repeatability. TW Series turbine meters are available in flow ranges from 0.6 to 5,000 gal/min and feature 316 stainless-steel construction, tungsten-carbide rotor shaft and tight machining tolerance. With working pressures up to 5,000 psi and fluid temperatures from –150 to 350°F, the TW Series is suitable for a variety of liquid flow applications, including chemical injection. The flowmeters can be easily integrated with flow totalizers as part of a wireless flow-control system for remote monitoring and control. — AW-Lake Co., Oak Creek, Wis. www.aw-lake.com  
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