BARTON Series 7000 Liquid Turbine Meter

The Cameron BARTON ® 7000 line generator meters are intended for a wide range of precise liquid measurement applications. The built-in collection shows a wide variety of dimensions, equipment, bearing structures and choices based on more than 40 years of engine manufacturing experience.

BARTON Series 7000 Specifications

The median K factor for each engine is determined by the use of air as the sample material. Standard screening is performed with 8 flow prices spread evenly over the flow range and 2 repeatability levels. The linearity of the meter shows that no linear meter data point exceeds the median of all inputs. To ensure accurate processes, the turbine meter should be installed in a direct tube frame of the same diameter as the turbine meter, which extends upflow to at least 10 diameters and downflow to five diameters. The flowmeters of the Barton 7000 series are specifically intended for a wide variety of accurate measurement purposes. With less strain drops than other meters, they can handle larger flow volumes and function as an autonomous layout for long-lasting precision. Their high-frequency digital production is ideal for interfacing with digital readers. The symmetrical bi-directional structure of the 7000 Series supports reverse flux tasks without reducing accuracy or flux capacity.

During the procedure, fluid is moving through the diffuser area and increased to a hydro-dynamically controlled multi-blade turbine rotor. The speed of the rotor is proportional to the volumetric flow rate. A pickup reticence style (installed on the meter) reads the movements of each blade tip while the rotor spins and generates a sine wave signal with a straight frequency equal to the flow rate. The rotor is the only moving part of the Barton turbine flowmeter. The small, lightweight hubs of the rotor guarantee a rapid response to system flow modifications. The rotor is kept hydro-dynamically during practice and the mechanical thrust leveling is eliminated. This low friction structure improves linear measurement and reduces wear and maintenance.