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Badger BGR-M35-750LNSB-TS-GAXX Nutating Disc Flow Meter | Badger Nutat
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Badger BGR-M35-750LNSB-TS-GAXX Nutating Disc Flow Meter

Nutating Disc Flow Meter, 3/4", RTR Pulse Out

  • Brand Name: Veris
  • Veris Part#: BGR-M35-750LNSB-TS-GAXX
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Application      :      Flow
Connections      :      Included, Cast Iron
Display Type      :      Dial with Totalizer (Gallons)
Fitting Size      :      0.75"
Fitting Type      :      Flange
Flow Measurement Accuracy      :      ±1.5% of Full Scale
Flow Measurement Range      :      0.75 to 35 gpm
Flow Measurement Repeatability      :      ±0.5%
Flow Sensor Type      :      Nutating Disc Positive Displacement
Housing Material      :      Lead-Free Bronze Alloy
Measurement Type      :      Flow
Medium      :      Liquids, No Particulates
Operating Fluid Temperature      :      0 to 49 °C (32 to 120 °F), optional to 121 °C (250 °F)
Operating Pressure      :      150 psi Max.
Operating Temperature      :      0 to 49 °C (32 to 120 °F), optional to 121 °C (250 °F)
Outputs      :      Pulse Output
Product Type      :      Sensor
Standards      :      NSF/ANSI Standards 61 and 372
Totalizer Resettable      :      No
Warranty      :      1 year

Nutating Disc positive displacement meters are a cost-effective solution for industrial flow monitoring. These devices are available in sizes from 1/2" to 2" and are capable of handling flows up to 170 gallons per minute. Maintenance is fast, easy, and rarely required. The meter houses a measurement chamber that contains a disc. Liquid flowing through the chamber causes this disc to nutate, or wobble. This motion is sensed by a magnet, which transmits flow data.

- Standard models include dial display with totalizer for gallons and pulse output.

- Other meter sizes and configurations are available. Consult Veris for availability.

  • pdf Datasheet https://www.veris.com//ASSETS/DOCUMENTS/ITEMS/EN/disc-flow_d0221.pdf