Parker UCC Hydraulic Flow Meter FM.26 322 119, BSP 3/4, 5L/min, 55L/min

  • RS Stock No. 831-179
  • Mfr. Part No. FM.26 322 119
  • Manufacturer Parker UCC
Technical data sheets
Legislation and Compliance
RoHS Status: Not Applicable
Product Details

Oil Calibrated Variable Area Meter

Three flow options offer flow measurement in any plane, including the horizontal.
Flow through annular orifice, formed by piston bore and a tapered cone, causes a difference in pressure which moves the piston against a calibrated spring.
Indicator line viewed against colour-coded scale indelibly printed inside a transparent tube to give direct flow reading.
The transparent tube does not cloud or fog up due to all the media being contained inside the metal housing.

Features and Benefits

• Works in any plane
• Pressure up to 350 bar
• Flows up to 360 L/min
• Accuracy ± 5% FSD
• Repeatability ± 1% FSD
• Direct Reading
• Relatively insensitive to viscosity changes
• Oil or water calibrated

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Specifications
Attribute Value
Scale Units LPM
Connection Thread BSP 3/4
Flow Accuracy ±5FSD
Maximum Operating Pressure 350 bar
Body Material Brass
Maximum Viscosity 200cSt
Connection Thread Size 3/4 in
Connection Thread Standard BSP
Minimum Operating Temperature -20°C
Maximum Operating Temperature +90°C
Minimum Flow 5L/min
Maximum Flow 55L/min
Minimum Viscosity 10cSt
3 In Global stock for delivery within 4 - 6 working days
Price Each
MYR 2,508.64
units
Per unit
1 +
MYR2,508.64
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