What is Flanged Flow Indicator?
A flanged flow gauge is a device used to visually monitor the flow rate of liquids or gases through a pipe or duct. It consists of a flanged fitting mounted on a pipeline and a flange-mounted flow indicator. The flow indicator element generally consists of a small, flat plate or vane mounted at the pivot point. As the fluid or gas flows through the pipeline, it causes the plate or vane to rotate, indicating the flow rate.
It enables visual control of fluid and flow in pipelines, monitoring of machinery operation and performance, and all machine units display the drip pattern and even the smallest flow rate.
Where is Flanged Flow Indicator Used?
Flanged flow gauges are widely used in various industries such as oil and gas, chemical processing and water treatment, food and beverage industry, pharmaceutical industry. They are useful for monitoring the flow rate of liquids or gases in pipelines and can be used to determine when the flow rate is too high or too low. They are also used to detect flow anomalies such as turbulent flow or highly turbulent flow. It is also used in other industries such as power generation, pulp and paper, and mining to monitor the flow rate of liquids and gases through pipelines and process systems.
- Body: GGG-40
- Cover: GGG-40
- Max. Operating Pressure: 16bar
- Glass: Tempered Glass 150°C
- Sealing: PTFE
- Connection: Flanged