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Positive Displacement Flow Meters
Flow measurement applications which call for high accuracy or the measurement of high viscosity fluids commonly use positive displacement or mass Coriolis technology.
Positive displacement meters are very similar to a gear pump operating in reverse. Their primary feature is their ability to maintain consistent accuracy despite changing viscosity conditions. There is no need for straight run of piping up or downstream and the meters are bi-directional. These meters achieve accuracy of 0.5% of reading.
The JVM series of meter is used for non-lubricating fluids such as paints, adhesives, sealants or resins. Flow ranges from 0.001 to 20 GPM, constructed of stainless steel. The Kytola Model 6210 gear meter is constructed of PVC or PVDF plastic and can be used to measure the flow of fluids that may be corrosive to metals.
The JV-KG series of meter is used for the measurement of nonabrasive, lubricating fluids such as oil, grease, fuel, solvents or brake fluid. Flow ranges from 0.003 to 120 GPM, constructed of aluminum or stainless steel.
This meter allows you to accurately measure the flow of viscous, coorosive chemicals. It measures flow independantly of visosity and temperature changes. It is available in PVC or PVDF.
Mass Coriolis meters utilize the Coriolis principle to determine mass flow rate and density. The meters feature no moving parts and smooth flow tubes of 316 SS. It achieves accuracy of 0.5% of reading and has universal application from industrial paints to sanitary beverages. Available with BSPP, flange or tri-clamp connectors for flow range of 5 to 3,000 kg/hour.