PVDF Flowmeter


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PVDF flow meters are used in many industries for flow measurement and instrumentation of many different chemicals, liquids, or beverages. They are affordable and easy to use, making them a popular choice for many businesses.

Some of the benefits of using low-cost PVDF flow meters include:

  • High degree of accuracy
  • Suited for a wide range of applications, making them versatile and adaptable
  • Series 800 meters are compliant with Special Food Equipment and Devices / ANSI 169
  • Easy to use, even for those who are not familiar with flowmeters

These low cost flow meters are perfectly durable and long-lasting. Contact us today, and one of our engineers will be happy to assist you.

Liquid Turbine Flow Meter for Spirits and Chemicals
Titan Series 800


  • Flowmeter ranges: 0.0132 up to 3.96 gpm (0.05 to 15.0 l/min)
  • Accuracy: ± 1 – 2% FSD
  • Repeatability: ± 0.1 % reading over top 90% of range
  • Output: NPN, Hall Effect
  • Pressure ratings: 145 psi (10 bar)
  • Max. Temperature: 257 °F (125 °C)
  • Hose Barb or 3/8″ John Guest straight pipe
  • 3.3 Volt powered flow meter available – see datasheet series 800 low power
  • Complies with Special Food Equipment and Devices NSF / ANSI 169

Highly Accurate Optical Liquid Turbine Flowmeter
IR Opflow


  • Accuracy: ± 1% or ± 3% of measured value
  • Six flowmeter ranges: 0.03 – 32 gpm (0.1 – 120 lpm)
  • Supply voltage: 5 – 12 Vdc or 8 – 24 Vdc
  • All wetted parts in PVDF
  • Available in threaded or hose barb connections
  • Lightweight rotor provide friction-free rotational movement
  • Economical – OEM pricing available

Digital Flow Meter Indicator / Totalizer
Pulsite Solo



  • Pulse input from Liquid Turbine Flow Meter in PVDF
  • Flow rate and total
  • Readout for most engineering units
  • Power supply: battery or 5 – 24 Vdc
  • Panel of surface mount

Please note: Manual data files can be quite large, please be patient while downloading.
The manuals are for information purposes only and shouldn’t be used for operating the instrument