Turbine Flow Meter

The Turbine Flow Meters we offer are the volume sensing devices. These are widely utilized flow measuring devices. These devices are demanded in a wide range of industries for both gases and liquids. Provided appliances have the ability to measure wide variety of flows. Turndown ratio for these can reach values up to 30:1 or even more than that. Turbine flow meters can work with good accuracy. This is accessible with a simple and durable structure. Their installation and maintenance are easy. They can be operated under a wide ambit of pressures and temperatures. These are accessible with a low pressure drop and show efficiency in applications of high-speed and stable flows. Industries served by these are aerospace, power & generation, cryogenics, etc.
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Digital Water Meter

Price: 21600 INR/Piece
  • Warranty:1 Year
  • Protection System:IP 65
  • Size:15 to 600 mm
  • Material:MS, SS 304, SS 316 & SS 316L
  • Operating Temperature:150 Celsius (oC)
  • Measuring Voltage Range:230 ,110 , 24 Electromagnetic (emu)
  • Product Type:Electromagnetic Flow Meter
  • Delivery Time:1 Week
  • Supply Ability:50 Per Month
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Digital Turbine Flow Meter

Price: 25000.00 - 180000.00 INR/Piece
  • Delivery Time:1 Days
  • Supply Ability:1 Per Day
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Turbine Flow Meter

Price: 19000.00 - 25000.00 INR/Bag
  • Color:Silver
  • Product Type:Measuring Tool
  • Usage:Industrial
  • Material:SS
  • Display Type:Digital Only
  • Delivery Time:1 Week
  • Supply Ability:50 Per Week
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Turbine Flow meters

Price: 22500.00 - 31500.00 INR/Piece

Product Description : A turbine flow meter is used for volumetric total flow and/or flow rate measurement and has a relatively simple working principle. As fluid flows through the turbine meter, it impinges upon turbine blades that are free to rotate about an axis along the center line of the turbine housing. The angular (rotational) velocity of the turbine rotor is directly proportional to the fluid velocity flowing through the turbine. The resulting output is taken by an electrical pickoff(s) mounted on the flow meter body.