Turbine meter with pulse output
Omega introduces its FTB-630 mechanical flowmeter family for water and waste water applications.
Omega introduces its new series of turbine meters with a wide range of sizes and capacities. The FTB-630 series features a non-resettable mechanical totalizer built in a rugged package manufactured of tough cast iron and epoxy-coated for protection. Five sizes are available, including 2-, 3-, 4-, 6-, and 8-inch pipes with flange mountings. These durable, accurate, and economical turbine meters have an optional pulse output available, and can be equipped with magnetic pulse reed sensors well suited for remote totalizing, pacing of electronic metering pumps, and water treatment applications.
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