BARTON Series 7000 Liquid Turbine Meter

The BARTON ® 7000 line generator meters from Cameron are intended for a wide spectrum of accurate liquid measuring apps. This built-to-order collection displays a variety of dimensions, equipment, bearing structures, and choices based on over 40 years of engine production knowledge.

BARTON Series 7000 Liquid Turbine Meter Specifications

Using air as the sample material determines the median K-factor for each engine. With eight stream prices spread uniformly across the stream range and two repeatability levels, standard screening is conducted. Meter linearity shows that no data point in the linear meter capability will exceed the median of all information inputs. The turbine meter should be mounted in a direct pipe frame of the same diameter as the turbine meter to guarantee precise procedure, expanding upstream at least 10 diameters and downstream five diameters. Barton 7000 Series flowmeters are intended specifically to suit a wide variety of accurate purposes for fluid measurement. With reduced strain drops than other meters in their category, they can handle bigger stream volumes and function a self-flushing layout for longer-lasting precision. Their digital high-frequency production is perfect for interfacing with digital readers.

The symmetrical bi-directional structure of the 7000 Series promotes inverse stream tasks without decreasing precision or stream capability. Fluid moves through the diffuser portion during procedure and is increased to a hydro-dynamically controlled turbine rotor with multiple blades. The velocity of the rotor is commensurate with the volumetric flow rate. A reticence style pickup coil (installed on the meter) reads each blade tip’s movement as the rotor spins and produces a sine wave signal with a frequency straight equal to the flow rate. The rotor is the Barton turbine flowmeter’s only moving part. The tiny lightweight hubs of the rotor guarantee rapid response to modifications in system stream. During practice, the rotor is maintained hydro-dynamically, eliminating the need for mechanical thrust leveling. This low-friction structure enhances linear metering and decreases wear and servicing.