Liquid Flow Meter Measures 0.5 to 50 mL/min

Azbil Corporation has enhanced its Model F7M thermal micro flow rate liquid flow meter lineup by introducing a model with an increased measurement range up to 50 mL/min. The company originally launched two models of the F7M flow meter in 2017, with one model capable of measuring micro flow rates as low as 0.1 mL/min. The flow meter is minimally susceptible to changes in the liquid’s state, such as bubbles, pulsations, and temperature, and can measure a variety of liquids by correcting for a liquid's thermal conductivity.

The latest F7M flow meter measures flow rates up to 50 mL/min with reproducible results. The extended measurement range will enable users to control micro flow rates and monitor optimal flow in liquid transfer devices and equipment to a greater degree, which can contribute to preventing process failure.  

Additionally, users can measure of two liquids with a single unit (all models). A single flow meter unit can measure the flow rate of two types of liquids by switching between the respective liquid correction factors upon receiving a digital contact signal from an external device. For more details, visit the Model F7M product page. Also pay a visit to Azbil Corporation.

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