Industrial Star Series Turbine Flow Meters for Liquids
Turbine flowmeters for Liquids | Liquid flow metering
The Hoffer Industrial Star Series Turbine Flowmeters are designed and manufactured for process liquids where cost is of primary concern. The Star meters are constructed with a simple design, allowing for rugged and dependable service at a low cost and with timely delivery.
- Low cost, rugged design
- NPT end fittings
- Sizes available 1/4” thru 3”
- Repeatability +/- .1%
- Repeatable flow range of .25 to 800 GPM.
- -20 to +450°F standard operating temperature range.
- Linearity of ± 1%
- Faster deliveries are typically around 15 days.
- Industrial process liquid applications such as waterflood secondary recovery, fuel metering, petroleum products, chemicals, etc.
About Hoffer Flow Controls
Hoffer Flow Controls has been designing and manufacturing quality liquid turbine flowmeters and related process instrumentation for more than fifty years. Our initial experience was in the field of cryogenic flow measurement. Today our reputation in this field is synonymous with quality. Today Hoffer Flow Controls manufactures high-precision turbine flowmeters to measure clean liquids and gases throughout the processing industries. Please be sure to follow Hoffer Flow Control on Linked In
About Hoffer Flow Controls Turbine Flowmeters
Hoffer Turbine Flowmeters are available in a broad range of standard and special materials. The wide range of construction options allows for the selection of the optimum combination of useful range, corrosion resistance, and operating life for a particular application. A low mass rotor design allows for a rapid dynamic response which permits the turbine flowmeter to be used in pulsating flow applications.
The deflector cones eliminate downstream thrust on the rotor and allow for hydrodynamic positioning of the rotor between deflector cones. The hydrodynamic positioning of the low mass rotor provides wider rangeability and longer bearing life than that of conventional turbine flowmeters. Integral flow straightening tubes minimize the effects of upstream flow turbulence. The housing is made of non-magnetic materials. The rotor is made of magnetic or magnetized material. Bearings are chosen based on service fluid, cost, and accuracy considerations.