5000 series new computerized flow meters by TSI instruments

5000 series new computerized flow meters by TSI instruments

Overview

  • Post By : Kumar Jeetendra

  • Source: TSI

  • Date: 11 May,2020

Based upon demonstrated TSI stream sensor innovation, the NEW 5000 Series Flow Multi-Meter reclassifies what a stream meter can accomplish for you. This across the board gas mass stream meter rearranges your work by wiping out the requirement for numerous instruments and is adaptable enough to accommodate your extraordinary application. The 5000 Series offers a blend of models with changing highlights and usefulness.

Utilize our intuitive item selector to discover the inline stream meter that is directly for your application!

Fundamental AND ADVANCED MODELS

All TSI gas mass stream meters coordinate stream, supreme weight, and temperature sensors to convey readings and remunerate stream estimations. The entirety of our 5000 Series models likewise join bidirectional stream detecting, shading touchscreen show, configurable cylinder end connectors and buddy PC programming.

Alignment AND SERVICE

We offer alignments for: Air, O2, and CO2, and all Air stream meters incorporate a nitrogen remedy. Hoping to adjust your TSI inline stream meter? TSI now offers overall assistance! To get some answers concerning our administration, alignment, and fix alternatives, visit our Flow Service page. All alignment administrations accompany a NIST-discernible adjustment authentication included.

HIGH FLOW AND LOW FLOW OPTIONS

The 5300 Series is TSI’s high stream warm mass stream meter. The 5300 Series can match 300 Std L/min while keeping up a low weight drop. These stream meters are lightweight and conservative, particularly when contrasted with different instruments that measure comparative stream rates.

The 5200 Series is TSI’s low stream warm mass stream meter. These stream meters can match 30 Std L/min and give expanded goals at stream rates under 1 Std L/min. The 5200 Series stream meters are structured with diminished inner volume to limit circuit dead space and convey profoundly exact volume estimations.

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