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Measuring low-viscosity and non-aggressive liquids, Badger Meter Vision bisphenol A-free turbine flow meters comply with the lead-free provisions of the United States Safe Drinking Water Act.
Meeting FDA Section 175.105 for indirect food applications, Master Bond EP21NDFG 2-component, room temperature-curing epoxy bonds to a variety of substrates including metals, composites, glass, ceramics and many types of rubbers and plastics.
Ashcroft pressure seals can be configured with media isolators engineered for harsh or corrosive process liquids and gases.
Using constant temperature sensing for low-flow accuracy, the combination Spirax Sarco MTI10 insertion and MTL10 inline mass thermal flow meter measures clean, dry gases and air; no additional transmitters or flow computers are required.
3A approved for the food and beverage industry, the Burkert sanitary, full-bore Type 8056 magflowmeter comes standard with PTFE lining, 2x 316L stainless steel electrodes, a 304 stainless steel body, and analog and digital pulse outputs.
Made of ASTM A516 Grade 70 carbon steel, the Ross Engineering hydropneumatic vessel has interior surfaces that are blasted and lined for potable water storage.
Used to reveal hidden heat-driven problems, General thermal imaging cameras detect small temperature differences from a distance and convert an object’s invisible infrared radiation into a visible color image; the visual image with multiple temperature points enables the diagnosis of equipment malfunctions and poor performance.
Developed as a drop-in replacement for Elliott YR process steam turbine carbon rings, the Inpro/Seal Sentinel floating brush seal features densely packed, flexible metallic bristles that bend with changing clearances between rotating and stationary surfaces.
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