In all these applications, contamination of the pure water must be avoided. Consequently, it is crucial that any flow device is constructed from clean materials that cannot contaminate the fluids being measured.
Affordably priced, Titan’s 800-Series turbine flow meter is designed to give high performance over 6 flow ranges from 0.05 to 15 litres per minute. Its’ totally non-metallic wetted components make this the ideal choice for highly repeatable dispensing (+/- 0.1%) of pure water. The bearings of the 800-Series flow meter are made of sapphire for long life and reliability, the body is moulded from inert PVDF to ensure there is no contamination to any fluid passing through it.
For ultra-pure water dispensing applications – clean bore devices such as the Atrato or Metraflow ultrasonic in-line flow meters are the devices of choice. Both the Atrato and Metraflow have no internal moving parts, relying on patented ultrasonic time of flight measurement to totalize the flow with excellent accuracy over very wide flow ranges (0.002 to 20 litres / minute).
To discuss an optimised flow device for your pure water dispensing application please contact Titan Enterprises on +44-1935-812790 or firstname.lastname@example.org. For further information on the 800-Series turbine flowmeter please visit https://bit.ly/3iW6gVR. For further information on the Atrato and Metraflow ultrasonic flowmeters please visit https://www.flowmeters.co.uk/atrato-ultrasonic-flowmeters/.
Drawing upon over 40-years of flowmeter innovation – Titan Enterprises Ltd is a manufacturer of high-performance solutions including the Atrato ultrasonic flowmeter, Oval Gear flowmeters, low flow Turbine flow meters and a flow instrument range. Titan’s company philosophy of “pushing the envelope by trying to do things a little different and better” has resulted in sales of over 500,000 products into 50 countries worldwide and a repeat purchase percentage of 95%. All flowmeters produced by Titan Enterprises are designed and manufactured to ISO9001 and calibrated to an uncertainty of ±0.25%.