The GPI Flowmeter you mentioned is an electronic flowmeter with a turbine type sensor. It is designed for measuring the flow of fuels, lubricants, and petroleum products. The flowmeter has a 1-inch connection size and uses FNPT (Female National Pipe Thread) fittings.
Here are the specifications and details of the GPI Flowmeter:
- Housing Material: The flowmeter's housing is made of aluminum, which provides durability and corrosion resistance.
- Flow Material: It is suitable for measuring the flow of fuels, lubricants, and petroleum products.
- Max. Pressure: The maximum pressure rating of the flowmeter is 300 psi (pounds per square inch).
- Wetted Materials: The components that come into contact with the fluid being measured include 316 stainless steel, aluminum, ceramic, nylon, and tungsten carbide.
- Max. Viscosity: The flowmeter is designed for fluids with a maximum viscosity of 40 SUS (Saybolt Universal Seconds).
- Flow Range: The flow range of the flowmeter is 3 to 30 gallons per minute (gpm).
- Fluid Temp. Range: It can operate within a fluid temperature range of 14 degrees to 130 degrees Fahrenheit (or -10 degrees to 54 degrees Celsius).
- Rotor Type: The rotor inside the flowmeter is made of nylon.
- Ambient Temperature: The flowmeter can operate within an ambient temperature range of 14 to 130 degrees Fahrenheit (or -10 to 54 degrees Celsius).
- Strainer: It includes a 55 mesh strainer to filter out particles in the fluid.
- Power Requirement: The flowmeter operates on two AAA batteries.
- Included Accessories: The flowmeter comes with two AAA batteries and 3/4" reducer bushings.
- Sensor Type: The flowmeter utilizes a magnetic sensor to measure the flow.
- Repeatability: It has a repeatability of 0.50%, ensuring consistent and accurate flow measurements.
- Agency Compliance: The flowmeter is compliant with CE (Conformité Européene) standards, indicating its conformity with European safety, health, and environmental protection requirements.