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Flowmeter, Sanitary, 180 GPM, 1-1/2 In
- Item # 6NZV1
- Mfr. Model # B16C-115A-0BA
- UNSPSC # 41112501
- Catalog Page # 3758
- Shipping Weight 5.25 lbs.
- TypeSanitary Turbine
- GPM Max.180
- Max. Pressure (PSI)1000
- Connection Size (In.)1-1/2
- Max. Temp. (F)300
- Length (In.)6-1/4
- Width (In.)2-1/3
- Height (In.)2
- Housing Material316L Stainless Steel
- Fitting1.984" Sanitary Clamp End
- Chamber MaterialNickel Plated CD4MCU Stainless Steel
- Shaft MaterialNickel Bindery Tungsten Carbide
- Flow Range15 to 180 gpm
- Pulses per Gallon330
- Accuracy (%)1% of reading
- Flow MaterialWater And Low Viscosity Fluids
- Flow Range (GPM)15 to 180
- Flow Range (LPM)56.8to 681to 4
- Pressure Drop - 100% Flow (PSI)16
- Max. Viscosity (SSU)400
- Temp.300 degrees F
- Agency ComplianceCSA, MET LABS
- Manufacturers Warranty Length1 Year
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