Measuring flow with ultrasonic signalsThese battery-powered flowmeters have no moving parts, using transit-time ultrasonic technology, where two flow sensors alternately transmit and receive a signal and "time of flight" measures flow rate. There is very little pressure loss and no filtration is needed. Both 150-lb ANSI and DIN flange styles come in many sizes, with either integral or remote electronics to display flow rate or total. Prices start at $1,752. OMEGA Engineering Inc.http://rbi.ims.ca/4928- 602
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