Compact High Pressure Flowmeters

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Compact High Pressure Flowmeters

titan flowmeterBased upon its proprietary oval gear design, Titan Enterprises’ OG-1 and OG-2 flowmeters are designed to give reliable performance in high pressure applications.

Constructed from durable materials including 316 stainless steel and PEEK, these compact meters are perfect for measuring flow at pressures of up to 700 Barr and 150 °C.  Designed to be  IP-67/NEMA 4 compliant, Titan OG-1 and OG-2 high pressure flowmeters are available in standard and customer-specified configurations.

Unlike other flowmeters, the measurement accuracy of oval-gear flowmeters improves as liquid viscosity increases, from a nominal 1% to around 0.1% of flow rate at higher viscosities. With Titan’s high pressure OG-1 and OG-2 flowmeters, oval-shaped, gear-toothed rotors rotate within a chamber of specified geometry. As these rotors turn, they sweep out and trap a very precise volume of fluid between the outer oval shape of the gears and the inner chamber walls, with none of the fluid actually passing through the gear teeth.

Ceramic magnets are embedded in the rotors, which then actuate a reed switch to provide a pulse output. Each pulse or switch closure then represents a precise increment of liquid volume that passes through the meter. The result is highly accurate flow measurement almost immune from the effects of varying fluid viscosity, density and temperature.

With more than 40 years of experience in flowmeter innovation and manufacture, Titan Enterprises’ philosophy of “pushing the envelope by trying to do things a little different and better” has resulted in sales of over 250,000 products into 40 countries worldwide and a repeat purchase rate of 95%. Today, Titan supplies innovative flow measurement solutions to a broad range of market sectors, including medical, chemical, petrochemical, food and drink, laboratory and pharmaceutical. All flow meters produced by Titan are designed and manufactured to ISO9001 and calibrated to an uncertainty of ±0.25%.

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