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McCrometer’s Rugged Differential Pressure V-Cone Flow Meter

The McCrometer Differential Pressure V-Cone Flow Meter is an advanced differential pressure instrument, frequently utilized in liquid, steam or gas media. It is well-suited for challenging conditions where accuracy, low maintenance and cost are imperative. The V-Cone is particularly useful in installations that require tight-fit or retrofit. Designed to meet the toughest applications, it is a fusion of top notch performance, durability, and little maintenance, dramatically boosting its value while elevating differential pressure flow measurement to a new level.

The V-Cone flow meter is designed for use with a broad variety of fluids, and it’s been proven to work exceptionally when compared to standard DP devices and current flow technologies, delivering improved accuracy to  +/- 0.5%, repeatability to +/- 0.1% while keeping maintenance to a minimum. Some of its essential features include its wide flow range, low head loss, lack of having to re-calibrate, and its long life. It can be used in a broad variety of industries including but not limited to HVAC, Water and Wastewater, Subsea, Aerospace, and Marine Systems Testing.

The Avanti Company provides Leak detection products such as 64 seconds and RedZone, Flow Meters and Metering Systems products including water meters and Advanced Metering Infrastructure (AMI) to maximize and better utilize the data coming into your Utility.  Call 1-800-284-5231 for additional information on water and wastewater system products like McCrometer or visit our website at www.avanticompany.com to learn more about the services we provide including on-site flow meter testing, sewer flow monitoring, and metering system support.

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