HEDLAND VARIABLE AREA FLOW METER EZ-VIEW
- Flow Range
from 2 to 380 l/min
from 0 to 121 °C
from 0 to 22 bar
Water, Oil, Chemical/Petrochemical media, Gas
The EZ-View variable area flow meters are rugged, low-cost direct reading meters for flow measurement of oil, water and other fluids. They are very simple to install - in any orientation from vertical to horizontal, upside down, etc. without sacrificing measurement performance.
Constructed of high impact PPSU, the EZ-View product line offers excellent structural integrity and chemical compatibility with a wide range of industrial chemicals. EZ-View flow meters provide instantaneous, direct-reading flow rate measurement of liquids in closed piping systems. They measure oil in a flow range of 10 to 380 l/min, water from 2 to 380 l/min and water-based fluids from 2 to 100 l/min.
This flow meter is the most readable product in its class. A brightly colored Flow Scale 6 contains bold, easy-to-read numerals and gauge marks. This enhanced resolution virtually eliminates parallax problems associated with competitive, direct reading flow meters.
|Accuracy||The EZ-View Flow Meter accuracy is within ±5% of full scale while monitoring liquids with viscosity and specific gravity similar to factory calibrated fluids.|
This is particularly important in cyclical applications, which require consistent readings.
Maximum operating temperature is 250 °F (121 °C).
Maximum operating pressure is 325 psi/22.4 bar.
Flow meters are available in brass, stainless, and PVC fittings, with NPT or BSP ports.
Constructed of high-impact polysulfone plastic, this simple variable area flow meter contains a minimum number of moving parts, offering a reliable, trouble-free flow rate indicator to monitor a wide range of liquids and gases.
|Standard flow scales||
Standard flow scales are calibrated in gallons per minute (gpm) and liters per minute (lpm) at 0.876 specific gravity for petroleum-based fluids, 1.0 specific gravity for water and water-based emulsions.
|Special flow scales||
Special scales are available in any measurement unit and/or specific gravity.