The new CET200F Mag Flowmeter comes with various upgraded futures. The Flowmeter can be generally divided into two parts. The sensor performs the work of measuring the fluid medium and the transmitter interprets the measured value and indicates us in a readable format. Our new “CET200F”is no different in this. It has two major parts the sensor and the transmitter. What makes “CET200F” is the different categorical sensors we provide to cater to the market segments we operate unlike the opposition in our tier segment. This is the new blend we bring into the market to be more superior on technicality as well as price competitive in our market segment
The new “CET200F” MAG Flowmeter comes with two variants of transmitter
INTEGRAL – Local Display
REMOTE – Remote Display with a standard 5 meters cable & optimal 10, 15, 20 meters cable.-
Our CT 100F Oval Gear Flow meters are designed for high viscous fluids measurement. The application of these flow meters include flow metering of oils, syrups and fuels. Our specified design minimizes the slippage between the gears and the measuring cavity wall resulting the oval meter to be less affected by liquid’s viscosity and lubricity.
The CHT100F Helical Flowmeter is positive displacement meter which is specifically designed for high viscosity fluids. The SS body helical Flowmeter can be used for all hygienic applications. The CHT100F Flowmeter is available in integral as well as in remote optimal.
Item Code: CHT100F
Delivery Time: 20 working days
Packaging Details: As per customer requirement
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Oval Gear Flow Meters ideally measures the fuel consumption of genset applications; that reads fuel flowing to the engine providing a total fuel consumption as well as the fuel usage in Ltr/hr. This is done by installing one flow meter in genset inlet line & another one in genset outlet line and one fuel calculator which will show you the total consumption of genset by subtracting the inlet minus outlet.