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TSK - Flap Style Flowmeter

Product Description

The KOBOLD TSK Series flap style flowmeter employs a hinged flap (vane) within the flow stream. As the flow rate changes, the flap rotates in its fitting. The flap is attached to a mechanical measuring indicator via a dampening mechanism and a process sealing system, providing visual measurement of system flow. The indicating mechanism can be fitted with optional adjustable setpoint switches, a 4-20 mA transmitter with HART® protocol or Profibus-PA®. A wide variety of wetted materials are available, including 316L stainless steel, Hastelloy® C22, polypropylene and PTFE, making this flap style flowmeter suitable for numerous applications in measuring aggressive liquids. The flap design leaves very little flow restriction; therefore, very little pressure drop exists across the flowmeter. The flap design is also very tolerant of dirty liquids and liquids containing large solids.

TSK - Flap Style Flowmeter

Product Specifications

Flow Range6.6...26 GPM to 880...6600 GPM
Accuracy± 2.5% of Reading
Fittings1½"...20" ANSI or DIN Wafer
Max. PressurePer ANSI CL 150/300 or DIN PN 40 (Depending on Model)
Max. Operating Temperature Up to 570 °F (Depending on Model)

Product Features

Available Materials of Construction Include Stainless Steel, Hastelloy® C22, Polypropylene and PTFE
Line Sizes from 1½"...20"
Can Be Supplied for Horizontal or Vertical Piping Runs
Flap Measuring Technique Yields Very Low Head Loss
Excellent Tolerance to Dirty Liquids and Suspended Solids
Optional Setpoint Switches, 4-20 mA with HART® or Profibus-PA®
Superior Dampening System for Stable Flow Readings
Calibrations for Media Density Available

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