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Diesel Flow Meters

Digital Type Diesel Meters or Traditional Counter Type
What is a Diesel Flowmeter?

Diesel Flow meter is a positive displacement meter used to measure the pipe conduit’s liquid or instantaneous flow. It is a type of accumulation meter. With high accuracy and a minor change in viscosity due to the consistency of the fluid, it is commonly used to measure oil-like liquids, but corrosive substances are prohibited.

An easy way to check fuel consumption. A non-commercial method of measuring fuel consumption in agriculture, logistics, mining, and construction. Controlling and monitoring fuel consumption using traditional type meters is popular because of the ease of use. The units simplify the total consumption with a flow counter. Fuel level consumption can be calculated using a level device, but adding a meter is a way to double-check.

The supply of mechanical flow meters for diesel which are easy to calibrate at the work site.  The diesel counters are useful at pumps or service stations for diesel for those who want to keep the amount of dispensed fluid monitored without special storage needs.

These are the most economical mechanical flow meters that can also measure gravity flow. It is also available a pulser version of the meter which includes:

  •  Mod. Pulser: card type “Open collector”,
  • frequency 10 pulses/litre,
  • 6-24 V DC power supply, max. 10 mA.
  • Engine and fuel system consumption
  • Fuel Truck’s independent monitoring

As fuel tankers are often used to refuel agricultural and construction equipment, it is necessary to monitor the volume of fuel dispensed from the tank

  • Tractor units
  • Engine operating time.
  • Tank monitored parameters
  • Volume of fuel dispensed from the tank
  • Generator sets
More about Diesel Flow Gauges and Counters
Diesel Flow Counting Systems
Many different techniques are used to sense the oscillation or rotation of the displacement mechanism and its elements. The purpose of the counting system is to transmit a measurement of the fluid flow in terms of total volume, or flow rate expressed in volume per unit time. Examples of totalized volume include gallons (gal), litters (lit), barrels (bbls), and cubic centimeters (cc). Examples of flow rate include gallons per minute (gpm), litters per minute (Ipm), barrels per day (bbls/ day), and cubic centimeters per second (cc/sec).

In traditional positive displacement flowmeters, the primary counting system utilizes a mechanical counter drive train directly coupled to the displacement mechanism. The counter drive train is used to transmit the internal motion of the displacement mechanism into a usable output signal. Some positive displacement flowmeters use a mechanical gear train that requires a rotary shaft seal or packing gland where the shaft penetrates the external housing. The counter drive train can be used to operate a locally mounted mechanical register or totalizer. This type of purely mechanical system is inherently intrinsically safe since there are no electrical signals. However, a potential disadvantage is the inability to retransmit the flow signal to remote instrumentation.
Many mechanical counting systems for positive displacement flowmeters have been upgraded to include electro-mechanical pulse generators to provide the remote signal transmission capability. These pulse generators allow electronic rate indicators, totalizers, and/or transmitters to replace traditional mechanical registers/counters.

Water Meter
Positive-Displacement Flowmeters
Turbine Flow Meter
Vortex Flow Meter
Thermal Mass Flow Meter
Ultrasonic Flow Meter
Magnetic Flow Meter
Flow indicators and Flow Switches
Air Flow Meter
Open Channel Flow Meter
Flow Switch
Mass Gas Controllers
Level Measurement
Wastewater Flowmeters
Coriolis Flow Meter
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