BARTON Series 7400 Gas Turbine Meter

The BARTON ® 7400 model’s precise Turbine flow meters provide gas for a wide range of applications including production, trade, pipeline and aviation. Decision 7400 meters require no digital transmission analog because digital input is a fantastic game for electronics production systems.

BARTON Series 7400 Specifications

The rotor reacts in milliseconds, measuring accurately in applications with rapidly changing flow models. The gas is moved through the diffuser segment to the multi-blade turbine rotor. The rotor speed is commensurate with the rates of volumetric flow. The pumping belt (by the metre) reads the movements of each blade tip when the rotor spinnet and turn produces a sinic wave signal with the frequency immediately equivalent. The precision turbine flow meters of BARTON ® Model 7400 Applications for the measuring of the oxygen in ethylene pollution are commonly used for natural gas, petrochemical, storage and aero-pollution production and refining applications. A major advantage over other main flow equipment. Rotor reactions provide accuracy in milliseconds, even when moving quickly.

For redundancy or fluid orientation surveillance, additional coils can be introduced. The pick-up spool allows the operation of several devices including totalizers, preamplification devices or liquids / RTUs. Preamplifiers are used to transmit a spindle message over extended ranges to remote devices. Each engine tool can be mounted on the engine either directly or remotely and is accessible with safe, thermally explosive or weather proof. The average K-factor is determined by using water as a calibration medium in the system for every turbine. This multi-point, six-speed calibration controls the linearity and replayability over a limited mileage range. Contrary to petrol, the average K-factor derived from water is less than 1% separate. Validating a meter in the industry also constitutes an effective method of water calibration. See the Calibration Plant for the Ground Water.