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G2 Series Brewery Meters (Sanitary Fittings)

SKU G2S07TH9LMX
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Original price $1,827.00 - Original price $2,985.00
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$1,827.00
$1,827.00 - $2,985.00
Current price $1,827.00

Introducing the Flomec G2 Series Brewery Meter, the ultimate solution for accurate and reliable flow measurement in your brewery operations.

Crafted with precision engineering, the Flomec G2 Series Brewery Meter provides a cost-effective, highly accurate flow measurement system for the brewing industry.

With its compact, lightweight, and easily portable design, this meter is easy to install and maintain, making it the perfect choice for brewers of all sizes.

Whether you're a small craft brewer or a large-scale operation, the Flomec G2 Series Brewery Meter delivers precise flow measurement through it's high accuracy and consistent repeatability, ensuring that every batch you produce meets the highest standards. Whether you're measuring strike water, sparge water, wort transfer to the fermenter, or your final batch volume, the G2 Series Brewery Meters can help you at all grain brewing stages.

Its durable 316 stainless steel construction ensures reliable performance and long-term durability, so you can trust this meter to keep your brewery operations running smoothly for years to come.

Choose the Flomec G2 Series Brewery Meter for your brewing operations and experience the benefits of accurate and reliable flow measurement today!

    Tri-Clover® (Stainless Steel only) - Clamp size is 1/2" bigger than meter size i.e. 1" meter has 1.5" tri-clamp fittings.

    Applications
    • Batching
    • Strike Water
    • Hot water flow
    • Brewing processes
    • Brewing
    • Food & Beverage Processing
    • Blending
    • Water
    • Plant Process Water
    Features
    • Measure hot water flow up to 85° C (model dependent)
    • Easily move from one process point to the next: Measure volumes for strike water, sparge water, wort transfer, and final batch
    • Meter is designed for thin fluids < 100 cp.
    • Modular design allows for use with Output Modules, Sensors and Remote Transmitters.
    • 2 Totals (Batch = Resettable, Cumulative = Non resettable); Rate of Flow, Factory calibrated in gallons or liters. Field calibratable. Includes nonvolatile totals.
    • High-accuracy meter
    • Internal parts are simple to replace for easy maintenance.
    • AAA Alkaline battery life: 2 years
    • Simple straightforward use for plug and play application, easy use and low maintenence.
    Specifications
    • Technology: Turbine
    • Flow Range: 3.8 - 760 L/min (Size Dependant)
    • Accuracy: ± 1.5% - 0.75% (Size Dependant)
    • Repeatability: ± 0.3%
    • Pressure Rating: 103 bar (1500 psi)
    • Operating Temperature Range: -18° C - 54° C (Up to 85° C with Hi-Temp Riser kit)
    Size: 3/4 inch (7.6 - 76 L/min)

    FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

    What lengths of pipe are recommended before and after the meter so it is accurate?

    You want to take the diameter of the meter times 10 on the inlet and times 5 on the outlet. For a 1 in. meter this would be 10 in. of straight 1 ft pipe going in and 5 in. of straight 1 ft pipe coming out. If you cannot do this you will not make the meter worthless, but you cut into the accuracy.

    What happens if the air goes through a turbine meter?

    Turbine meters can not tell the difference between air and liquid. It just knows the turbine is spinning, so any reading will be inaccurate if air is going through the turbine. Another reason to not put air through a turbine is potential damage. The air will make it spin extra fast, with no liquid for lubrication damage can occur. When the liquid gets there it can hit the turbine like a hammer. It is recommended to slowly bleed the air out of the lines then reset the meter total.

    Can a turbine go below the minimum listed flow range?

    In general you can expect a turbine meter to keep counting below its minimum range, but it will lose some of its accuracy. Normally it will completely stop at ½ of its published minimum flow. For example a ½ in. meter that reads between 1 and 10 LPM will be able to stretch down to around 1/2 a litre per minute. Keep in mind that nothing below the published minimum flow is guaranteed, and not all turbines will give this much extra performance.

    Do the Turbine meters come with a calibration report?

    The G Series, G2 Series and A1 Series Meters all come with a calibration report. This report is the data of the output of the meter at several flowrate points and will meet or exceed the advertised accuracy of the meter over the recommended flow range. This report should not be confused with a calibration certificate. (If a certificate is needed, request one from GPI.)

    Can I remotely mount the display?

    Yes, you can purchase a FM Approved Remote Kit (part # 113275-1). You can take the existing display off of your TM, A1 or G2 series meters, and put the remote kit in its place. At the other end of the remote kit is a box that is designed to be panel mounted. The existing display can then be installed on the remote box.

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    As a manufacturer, we have a long history of working closely with system designers and OEM's alike to develop custom flow measurement equipment to cater to a wide range of applications.

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