Variable-Area Flowmeters for Any Application

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Variable-Area Flowmeters for Any Application

Blue-White Industries manufactures top quality, competitively priced variable-area flowmeters in more than 240 configurations.

Units are configured for in-line, panel mount or closed pipe installation, depending on the unit ordered. Top quality materials of construction are used in the manufacture of flowmeter bodies, including polysulfone and high-grade acrylic, with internal parts of FKM, PTFE, polypropylene, stainless steel, hastelloy C and EP. Blue-White’s flowmeters are annealed for added strength and chemical resistance.

The company’s F-450 polysulfone meter features a tough one-piece body designed to resist high temperatures and pressures. In addition to inline units, models equipped with 90-degree adapters for panel mount installation are also offered.

Two sizes of metal-free flowmeters are offered. F-461 and F-462 Series in-line flowmeters have no metals in the fluid path, making them well suited for use in many ultrapure applications, such as D.I. water. They are constructed of tough, chemical resistant polysulfone which also provides excellent resistance to high temperatures and a broad base of harsh chemicals.

Blue-White’s F-550 panel mount-style flowmeters have a clear, glass like finish and feature a white reflective background at the rear of the meter body. This background contrasts with a the permanently imprinted scale for easy meter reading. The F-550 is designed for fast, simple panel mount installation.

Optional features of Blue-White flowmeters can include flow adjustment valves, protective shields and flow sensors, depending on the type of unit ordered. 

Available OEM options: Private labeling, custom calibrations and optional materials may be available to for volume purchases.

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