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G2-Series Brewery & Food Industry Indicating Flow Meters

3/4" SS Hi Temp Indicating Flow Meter w/ 1" Tri-Clamp, No Output

$1,120.69

Item# G2S07TH9GMX

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3/4" SS Hi Temp Indicating Flow Meter w/ 1" Tri-Clamp, No Output G2S07TH9GMX G2S07TH9GMX
  • High accuracy meter
  • Meter is designed for thin fluids < 100 cP
  • Modular design allows for use with Output Modules, Sensors and Remote Display Kits
  • 2 Totals (Batch Total = Resettable, Total = Non-Resettable) Rate of Flow, Factory calibrated in gallons or litres. Field calibratable. Includes non-volatile totals.

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Flow Range
Accuracy
Output Signal
Max Process Temperature
Process Connection Size
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Media type
Max Operating Pressure
Wetted Materials
Process Connection Type
Display


No more "eye-balling" levels - Make your perfect recipe every time. G2 High-Temp Sanitary meter is the best flow meter for brewing and other Food and Beverage Industry applications. It is highly dependable and affordable, making it a great choice for small-batch brewers. The G2-Series is extremely repeatable so quality control is easy to maintain. Whether you measure strike water, sparge water, wort transfer to the fermenter, or your final batch volume, the G2 can help you at all grain brewing stages. The G2-Series is available as a Rate and Total Flow Indicator only, or with Indication and 4-20 mA and Pulse outputs.

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What mechanisim is being used to measure flow? is it electromagnetic? Thank you, Jen

Asked by: JenB
Thank you for your inquiry about the flow meter. It has a turbine inside that spins to measure the flow rate and provide total volume.
Answered by: Application Engineer JC
Date published: 2023-03-24

Where can i get replacement turbines?

Asked by: zfeather
Thank you for your inquiry. Please contact the Customer Care Group at cservice@dwyeromega.com and a representative will advise thru the Spare Parts Group for a replacement part number and cost.
Answered by: Applications Engineer JJC
Date published: 2024-02-02
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