3-Component Design Now Lets Users Build Own Liquid Flow Monitoring And Control System

A three-component design is now available from Transamerica Delaval Inc. to permit users to build their own system for monitoring and controlling liquid flow.

The heart of this flow system is a sensing unit that is available in four versions. Included are: sensors for flow velocities from 1 to 50 ft./second; one version for high temperatures and pressures, and for corrosive fluids; another type for electrically conductive fluids and slurries; and the fourth version is an in-line microsensor for low flow rates.

To complement the sensors are a broad range of indicators and controllers which can be calibrated to specific pipe sizes. These can be remotely mounted up to 200 feet away from the sensor without signal amplification.

Matched installation fittings complete the system and assure correct flow sensor positions.

These include saddle, steel weldolet, galvanized tees and PVC fittings.

These components provide a reliable method of flow monitoring since they permit a user to customize a three-component system to fit specific requirements.

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