• Blancett® turbine meter QuikSert®

Blancett® turbine meter QuikSert®

for harsh applications

 

  • High repeatability
  • No need for mating flanges
  • CSA explosions-proof models available
  • NIST traceable calibration
  • Easy installation
  • Lower maintenance costs

 

 

Medium:
Water, Chemical/Petrochemical media, Pharmaceutical media
max. flow:
from 2.3 up to 18925 l/min
Temperature:
from -100 up to 177 °C
max. pressure:
from 0 up to 344 bar
Branch:
Water & waste water industry, Chemical industry, Oil industry, General industry, Pharmaceutical industry, Aerospace industry

 

General information

The QuikSert® in-line turbine flow meter's durable stainless steel body incorporates a helical turbine with tungsten carbide shaft and bearings. The meter provides an efficient, long Service life and a cost effective solution for your measurement requirements. The QuikSert's compact design requires less space in the flow line, allowing easy installation and lower mechanical costs. The QuikSert® utilizes modified upstream and downstream flow straighteners for enhanced fluid dynamics. QuikSert® provides a local flow rate and volume totalization when used with the Blancett® B2800/B3000.

 

Technical data

Material Housing: 316 L stainless steel
  Rotor: CD4MCU stainless steel
  Bearings: Tungsten carbide
Measuring range 2,3 – 19.000 l/min
Size 3/8" up to 10"
Flow accuracy ±1 % of reading for 7/8“ and larger meters
  ±1 % of reading over the upper 70 % of the measuring range for 3/8“, 1/2“ and 3/4“ meters
Repeatability ±0,1 %
Calilbration Water (NIST traceable calibration); other media upon request
Pressure ratings* Depending of the chosen flange connections up to 255 bar
Operating temperature Up to 177 °C
End connections Wafer-style ASME/ANSI B16.5 – 1996
Approvals For explosion proof models only: Class l Div 1 Groups C, D; Complies to UL 1203 and CSA 22.2 No. 30
  Met Labs File No. E112860
   
* depending of the end connections  

 

 

Measuring principle

Turbine meters


Turbine meters

Turbine meters are volumetric meters. When the fluid passes through, a rotor is activated and the movement is either electronically or mechanically transmitted outside.