The FLO-CORP PDFlo™ PDSG1 Positive Displacement Flow Meter can maintain consistent accuracy despite changing viscosity. The ideal solution for liquid applications, from hydraulic testing to fuel measurement.
PDFlo PDSG1 represents a positive displacement meter that is affordable and accurate. One primary feature is the ability to maintain consistent accuracy despite changing viscosity conditions. This reliability, coupled with a large turndown range, offers an affordable replacement for older turbine technology. The meter’s solid construction and excellent dynamic response are well suited to the measurement of oil, grease, fuel, solvents, polyurethanes, brake fluid, skydrol as well as other nonabrasive lubricating fluids. Since there is no need for straight run piping upstream or downstream of the flow meter, the PDFlo flow meters are simple to use and to install. The meters produce good resolution and high accuracy at low flow rates. Flow may be bidirectional without damage to internal parts. PDFlo Transmitters, panel displays and electronic modules can be added to complete this superior value package.
Optimized Performance: Maintains consistent performance even with changing viscosity conditions
Maximum Accuracy: Specifically calibrated for customer’s application – within 0.5% of reading
Easy Operation: No need for straight run piping upstream or downstream of the flow meter
Highly Adaptable:.003 GPM minimum flow for extremely low flow liquid applications
Durable: Variety of corrosive-resistant materials available
Warranty: One-year warranty available
Materials of Construction: Aluminum or stainless steel bodies; gears are stainless steel
Accuracy: +/-0.5% with over 10:1 turndown with 30cP fluid
Max Fluid Temperature: Meter 185°F Aluminum Body, Meter 400°F Stainless Body
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