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Flowmeter, Turbine, PVC, 3 In, FNPT
- Item # 6XGN5
- Mfr. Model # TM300-N
- UNSPSC # 41112501
- Catalog Page # 3749
- Shipping Weight 5.15 lbs.
- Housing MaterialPVC
- Fitting Size (In.)3
- Flow MaterialWater
- Flow Range @ GPH2400 to 24000
- Flow Range (GPM)40 to 400
- Flow Range (LPM)151 to 1514
- Fitting TypeFNPT
- Accuracy (%)+/-3.0
- Wetted MaterialsPVC, PEEK, Stainless Steel, Acetal, Ferrite
- Pressure Rating (PSI)225 @ 73 Degrees F
- Fluid Temp. Range (Deg. F)32 to 140
- Max. Viscosity5 CPS
- Length (In.)14.7
- Rotor TypeAcetal
- Display UnitsGallons, Liters, Cubic Feet, Cubic Meters
- Display TypeStandard LC Display
- Flow Range40 to 400 gpm
- Flow Range @ < 5 cps40 to 400 GPM
- Fluid Temp. Range (Deg. C)32 F to 140F
- Ambient Temperature32 to 140 Degrees F
- Special FeaturesBattery Powered, Rate And Total Indication
- Strainer28 mesh
- Agency ComplianceCE
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