For a wide range of accurate liquid measuring applications, Cameron’s BARTON ® 7000 line generator metres are designed to precisely measure any type of liquid. The collection consists of a variety of dimensions, appliances, bearing structures and choices based on more than 40 years of manufacturing experience.
BARTON Series 7000 Specifications
Air as the sample material determines the average k-factor for each engine. Standard screening with eight stream prices equally spread across the stream and two reproducibility levels is carried out. The linearity of the metres shows that no data point exceeds the mean of all information inputs in the linear meter capability. To ensure the precision of operation, upstream up to at least ten diameters and downstream to five diameters, the turbine meter should be mounted in a direct tube framework with the same diameter as the turbine meter. Specific flowmeters of the Barton 7000 Series are intended for a variety of exact fluid measuring purposes. They can handle larger stream volumes and operate a flushing layout for long-lasting accuracy with reduced strain drops compared miters in their category. Its digital high frequency manufacturing is ideal for digital reader interfaces. The two-directional symmetrical structure of the 7000 series promotes inverse stream tasks without reducing the accuracy and capacity of the stream.
During the procedure, fluid moves through the diffuser part and is increased to a hydro-dynamically regulated turbine rotor with a multiple blades. The rotor speed is proportional to the volumetric flow rate. The pickup belt (on the meter installed) reads each tip of the blade when the rotor spins, generating a sine wave signal with a frequency equal to the flow rate. The Barton turbine flowmeter is the only moving section of the rotor. The small, lightweight rotor jacks ensure quick reactions to system flow changes. In reality, the rotor is hydraulically maintained so that a mechanical thrust leveling is eliminated. The low friction structure enhances linear measurement and reduces wear and service.