Clark Introduces G2 Flow Meters

Clark Solutions introduces the G2 line of Industrial Grade Flow Meters featuring a unique modular design. G2 Stainless Steel Flow Meters and G2 Stainless Steel Meters with Tri-Clover fittings are available in a range of sizes from ½" - 2" with maximum flow rates of 15 GPM (56.8 LPM) to 300 GPM (1,136 LPM). Stainless Steel meters can be used for most chemicals including ammonium, plating solutions and fuel products. Stainless Steel Meters with Tri-Clover fittings are also designed to be used by food and beverage industries in preprocess applications.

The G2 High Pressure Flow Meters and G2 Aluminum Flow Meters are available in a range of sizes from ½" - 2" with maximum flow rates of 15 GPM (56.8 LPM) to 300 GPM (1,136 LPM). PSIG for the G2 High Pressure Meter is 3,000 compared to 1,500 for the standard Stainless Steel flow meter, making it the appropriate turbine meter choice for high pressure applications such as spray washers and hydraulic systems.  G2 Aluminum Flow Meters are available with ISO or NPT fittings and are best suited for petroleum-based products.

G2 Industrial Brass Flow Meters are available in a range of sizes from ½" - 2" with maximum flow rates of 15 GPM (56.8 LPM) to 300 GPM (1,136 LPM) and work well with most water applications. G2 Industrial Brass Flow Meters are also suited to monitor the flow of glucose, lacquer thinners and vegetable juices.

The G2 PVDF Flow Meter is suited for handling aggressive chemicals such as bleach, ferric chloride, phenol, sulfuric acid or phosphoric acid.  Available in ½" -1" sizes, G2 PVDF Meter provides maximum flow rates of 15 GPM (56.8 LPM) to 75 GPM (284 LPM). G2 Stainless Steel ANSI Flange Flow Meters install in-line quickly.  Available in 1" - 2" sizes with maximum flow ranges from 1 GPM (3.8 LPM) to 200 GPM (760 LPM), G2 ANSI Flange Meters are easily installed and removed with four bolts.

 

 

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Category:
Instrumentation
Product Type:
Flow
Manufacturer:
Clark Solutions
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