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Product Profile – Liquid Controls M-15

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The tough demands of industrial operations – ranging from petroleum products to agricultural chemicals and more – require specialized Flow Meters of the utmost precision and durability. That is why the Avanti Company offers the state-of-the-art M-15 Meter by Liquid Controls, one of the world’s leading meter manufacturers.

Like all members of the acclaimed M and MA series, this meter features Rotary Motion Positive Displacement (PD), making it ideal for applications that require precise flow measurement over a long period of time. It was specially designed to suite the needs of a large variety of industries, including aviation fuels, petroleum and gas, agriculture, paints and coatings, foods and beverages, textiles, and more.

The M-15’s low pressure drop gives it the versatility to operate in either gravity flow or pump pressure. The lack of metal-to-metal contact inside the measuring chamber minimizes the sort of wear and deterioration that tends to bedevils rival meters, giving it long-term accuracy with far less maintenance and recalibration. T

Compliant with NIST and International Weights and Measures accuracy requirements, the M-15 is capable of measuring products within a wide range of viscosity – from less than 30 SSU (less than 1 centipoise) to 1,500,000 SSU (325,000 centipoises).

Moreover, M-15 has many customization options to facilitate varied operational and installation requirements, such as your choice of stock or custom elbows/fittings. And as with all meters we carry, the Avanti Company provides additional service and support, including testing, repair, rebuilding, maintenance, and calibration.

If you would like to learn more about the Liquid Controls M-15 meter or Industrial Meters, please contact us at 1-800-284-5231 or info@avanticompany.com.

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