Strain Gauge Senses Force of Fluid in Flow Stream

June 7, 2011

The ForceMeter uses strain gauge technology to sense the force of the fluid in the flow stream. The integrated display offers an easy-to-read, two line display for flow rate and

The ForceMeter uses strain gauge technology to sense the force of the fluid in the flow stream. The integrated display offers an easy-to-read, two line display for flow rate and total. With no frictional moving parts and all-welded construction, the ForceMeter provides reliability and durability. The ForceMeter is ideal for many applications including water, compressed air and super-heated saturated steam. The ForceMeter is HART compliant and FM-approved for hazardous areas.

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