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Flowmeter, Turbine, For Water, 1 In FNPT

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  • Item # 1YEF8
  • Mfr. Model # 113255-4
  • UNSPSC # 41111931
  • Catalog Page # 3746
  • Shipping Weight 0.67 lbs.
Country of Origin USACountry of Origin is subject to change.

Technical Specs

  • ItemFlowmeter
  • TypeTurbine, For Water
  • Housing MaterialNylon
  • Fitting Size (In.)1
  • Flow MaterialWater
  • Fitting TypeFNPT
  • Accuracy (%)+/-5
  • Wetted Materials304 SS, Nylon, Tungsten Carbide, Ceramic
  • Pressure Rating (PSI)150
  • Fluid Temp. Range (Deg. F)14 to 130
  • Max. Viscosity5cP
  • Sensor TypeMagnetic
  • Rotor TypeNylon
  • Display UnitsGallon
  • Display TypeStandard LC Display
  • Flow Range3 to 30 gpm
  • Repeatability0.50%
  • Fluid Temp. Range (Deg. C)0 to 60
  • Ambient Temperature14 to 130 Degrees F
  • Strainer55 Mesh Recommended (Not Included)
  • Agency ComplianceCE
  • Includes2 AAA Batteries
  • Power RequirementAAA Batteries (2)
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    Will the flow meter/totalizer record in each direction of flow?
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    This flowmeter will only operate in one direction of flow. It is not designed to read in both directions.

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    Will it tell me how much water has passed through or how much is going through the meter
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    Grainger has contacted the product supplier and has been advised by them of the following:

    This item will display one of two totals; the first is the ‘Batch” total, which will be how much fluid has passed through it since the last time the unit has been reset. The second is the “Cumulative” total, which is how much fluid has passed through it completely. The cumulative total automatically resets at 9999 units. If you would prefer one which can give Batch, Cumulative, and current flow rate, you may prefer item 4TJT2.

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