BARTON Series 7000 Liquid Turbine Meter

Cameron BARTON ® 7000 line generator meters are suitable for a wide variety of accurate applications for liquid measurement. The integrated collection presents a range of dimensions, equipment, structures and options, based on over 40 years of expertise in engine production.

BARTON Series 7000 Specifications

Apply air as the sample material for each motor determines the average K-factor. The standard screening of 8 flow prices is carried out equally throughout the flow range and 2 repeatable levels. The linearity of the meter means that the median of all inputs is not exceeded by a linear meter data point. To ensure precise processing in a direct tube frame the turbine meter, which runs upstream on a minimum of 10 diameters and upstream on five diameters should be installed. The Barton 7000 series flow meter is designed specifically for many precise measuring applications. You can handle large flow volumes and act as an independent design with lower stress drops, with long-lasting accuracy than other metres. Their digital high frequency manufacturing is ideal for digital reader interfaces. The symmetrical double-way structure in the Series 7000 supports reverse flow tasks without decreasing precision or flow capacity.

The fluid moves through the diffuser and is extended to a hydrodynamically controlled multi-blade turbine rotor. The speed of the rotor is commensurate with the flow rate. The pick-up reticence reads the motions of each tip while the rotor rotates and generates a sinus wave signal with a flow rate equivalent. The Barton Turbine Flow Meter is the only moving part of the rotor. The small, lightweight rotor hubs guarantee a quick response to system flow changes. The rotor is hydraulically maintained and the mechanical thrust leveling in practice is eliminated. The small friction structure enhances easy measuring and decreases wear.