The FLC Series is the economical way to monitor municipal water flows, verify pump outlets and monitor fluid conditions. Piston design allows for horizontal, vertical or inverted installation and is a proven method for accurate, dependable flow rate indication. The compact design measures less than 8" in length and 27?16" in diameter. Designed with a transparent body, the FLC series allows the user to monitor fluid conditions and diagnose problems at a glance. High-contrast scale/indicator provides an easy to read measurement in both liters per minute and gallons per minute. The unit is available in multiple NPT port sizes to reduce the amount of adaptors required for installation.
SPECIFICATIONS Accuracy: ±5% FS Repeatability: ±1% FS Materials of Construction: End Ports: Polysulfone (oil meters), Brass (water meters) Seals: Buna-N Spring: Stainless Steel Indicator: Polysulfone Casing: Polycarbonate (water meters), polysulfone (oil meters) Turn Down Ratio: 10:1 Maximum Pressure: 22.4 bar (325 psig) Maximum Temperatures: Water Meters: 93°C (200°F) Oil Meters: 121°C (250°F)
Rated 5 out of
Well made perfect for our oudoor boiler system.I bought and installed this last month. It replaced a cheaper model with plastic ends which leaked. Never can seal plastic to copper with big temperature swings. This is a quality product, brass ends and easy to read.
Will the unit made for hydraulic oil work for different viscosity of oil, or could it work for ATF?
Asked by: John Radcliffe
Thanks for connecting with us. Our Tech Support has advised that it could work for a different viscosity oil but we would need to know the viscosity and your process conditions to verify it will work for your application. Please email us at email@example.com to better assist you with your application.
Answered by: Jane
Date published: 2019-05-09
I was wanting to install an inline flow meter to use as a training tool on a Cat backhoe Loader and just leave it installed and use it when teaching hydraulics. I can find that it can measure up to 30 gpm but I cant find what pressure it can handle.