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DAA - Flow Indicator with or without Rotor and Self-Cleaning Mechanism

Product Description

The KOBOLD DAA visual flow indicator with rotor features a self-cleaning mechanism to ensure full visibility of the rotor at all times. Typical sight flow indicators suffer from poor indicator visibility through normal use from build-up that impedes observation of the rotor through the viewing window. Typically, for a sight flow indicator to be cleaned, it must be removed from the pipeline, cleaned and then replaced at some specified time, such as during plant shutdown. Unfortunately, dirt build-up does not typically schedule itself to correspond with planned shutdowns. Enter the KOBOLD DAA Series flow indicator. Simply twist the sight glass and the integral wipers clean the flow indicator’s viewing area to allow unobstructed observation of the rotor. The offending contaminants are then simply washed away by the media flow. This process may be repeated as often as desired with no fuss and no downtime. The DAA is available with brass or stainless steel fittings with ¼" to 1½" NPT female threads. The DAA is also available without a rotor for observation of fluid condition.

DAA - Flow Indicator with or without Rotor and Self-Cleaning Mechanism

Product Specifications

Fittings¼"...1½" NPT
Body MaterialBrass or SS, Borosilicate Glass
Max. Pressure 232 PSIG
Max. Temperature212 °F
Viscosity Limit150 cSt Max.

Product Features

For Compatible Liquids
Cleaning Mechanism for Ease of Maintenance
Universal Mountablity
Available With or Without Rotor

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