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Dakota Instruments, Inc. Release: NEW Acrylic Flow Meters with Interchangeable Scales



4/11/2014 10:04:05 AM

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Dakota Instruments’ 6A02 acrylic meters are being offered with any one of the interchangeable direct reading scales for Water, Argon, Oxygen, Carbon Dioxide, Nitrogen and Helium.

Scales are mounted at the front of the flow body and are positioned and secured by a clear front plate held in place by four screws. A low hysteresis, multi-turn needle valve is included.

Dual scales display flow rates in both metric and English units. Long scales facilitate high resolution readings. Optional scales can be developed for diverse flow conditions facilitating OEM applications.

The yellow colored backing enhances scale readability and helps minimize eye fatigue.

6A02 flow meters are configured for “Panel Mount”

ACRU SPECIFICATIONS
ACCURACY: ±3% FS
CONNECTIONS: 3/8" Female NPT.
MAXIMUM TEMPERATURE: 150°F/ 65°C Maximum.
MAXIMUM PRESSURE: 100 psi/6.89 Bar Maximum.
FLOAT AND GUIDE: 316 Stainless Steel.
INLET/OUTLET CONNECTIONS: Brass.
PANEL MOUNTING: Polypropylene® Nuts.
VALVE PARTS: Brass.

Visit Dakota Instruments’ on-line catalog to view the Models, Specifications, and Materials of Construction of the Dakota Instruments Flow Meter line.

For Additional Information Contact:

Dakota Instruments, Inc.
20 Corporate Drive
Orangeburg, New York 10962 USA
Toll Free: +1 (800) 879-7713 (USA/Canada)
Phone: +1 (845) 770-3200
E-mail: info@DakotaInstruments.com
Web: www.DakotaInstruments.com

NOTE: This Press Release has been sent electronically. If it has been sent to the wrong individual, or if you no longer wish to receive Dakota Instruments Press Releases, please notify us at: PressRelease@optonline.net

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