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Flowmeter, Turbine, For Fuel, 1 In FNPT
- Item # 1YEF7
- Mfr. Model # 01A31LM
- UNSPSC # 41111931
- Catalog Page # 3749
- Shipping Weight 1.5 lbs.
- TypeTurbine, For Gas, Diesel Or Kerosene
- Housing MaterialAluminum
- Fitting Size (In.)1
- Flow MaterialPetroleum Products, Fuels, Lubricants
- Fitting TypeFNPT
- Accuracy (%)+/-5
- Wetted MaterialsAluminum, 304 SS, Nylon, Tungsten Carbide, Ceramic
- Pressure Rating (PSI)300
- Fluid Temp. Range (Deg. F)14 to 130
- Max. Viscosity5cP
- Sensor TypeMagnetic
- Rotor TypeNylon
- Display UnitsLiter
- Display TypeStandard LC Display
- Flow Range10 to 100 lpm
- Fluid Temp. Range (Deg. C)0 to 60
- Ambient Temperature14 to 130 Degrees F
- Strainer55 Mesh
- Agency ComplianceCE
- Includes2 AAA Batteries, 3/4" Reducer Bushings
- Power RequirementAAA Batteries (2)
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