Flow Meters & Metering Systems

Product Profile – SPI Mag Insertion Flow Meter

As one of the world’s most trusted and established meter manufacturers, McCrometer has a proven track record for delivering premium Flow Meter Products. The SPI Mag is one clear testimony of that. This highly specialized Insertion Flow Meter provides a cost-effective solution to getting precise measurements of liquid flow in closed conduit and pressurized pipe conditions.

Most notably, it stands out from rival magnetic meters in offering an affordable cost that is independent of pipe size. That is owed to the SPI Mag’s versatile and innovative design. Its rigorously tested and proven electromagnetic technology utilizes Faraday’s law of induction – the fundamental operating principle of the most reliable motors, generators, and transformers – to deliver supremely accurate results.

Indeed, the SPI Mag is capable of determining flow over a wide range of velocities, pipe diameters, and substances. Results are ±2% of reading ±0.03 ft/s (± 0.009 m/s) zero stability from +0.3 to +32 ft/s (0.09 to 10 m/s) velocity range. It is capable of supporting such precision in pressurized line sizes ranging from 2 to 96 inches (50mm – 2,400 mm). And thanks to its self-cleaning sensor, which naturally shed debris, it preclude the costly maintenance other meters have to contend with.

Its applications include every type of industrial flow, such as conductive fluids, potable water, slurries, sludge, cooling water, and pulp stock. It is an invaluable tool for just about any Industrial and Utilities operation, and can easily be installed through a hot tap method that requires no interruption of flow.

In short, the SPI Mag is specifically designed to meet the cost-conscious needs of modern industry. The Avanti Company is proud to offer such a unfailing solution to our valued customers. To learn more, call 800-284-5231 or email info@avanticompany.com.

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