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USC-MS21TA Mechanical Flow Meter Flow Sensor for Solar Controllers Solar Water Heater Controllers Solar Smart Controllers

USC-MS21TA Mechanical Flow Meter for Solar Controllers Solar Water Heater Controllers Solar Smart Controllers 2-8L/min

Picture  Mechanical Flow Meter-USC-MS21TA
Model   USC-MS21TA  Mechanical Flow Meter  Balance Valve
Suitable for  solar water heater pump station
Working Principle

Application: 

Direct reading flow rate valve can help determining the most efficient flow rate for the system, reducing the waste of energy. It 

can be widely used for water with anticorrosion and anticoagulant, cold or hot water suitable for drinking. 

Flow meter offers a quick, easy and accurate method of adjusting the flow rates. 

Features: 

1. Accurate and quick balancing without diagrams, tables or measuring devices 

2. The flow rate is displayed directly in l /min 

3. Regulating valve with adjustment scale 

4. Regulating valve with isolating facility 

Technical data 

1. Size: BSP: G3/4”* G1/2” 

2. Measurement range: 2-8 (l/min) 

3. Max. input working pressure: 10 bar 

4. Max. water temperature: 115 centigrade 

5. Valve housing and cover: Brass P-CuZn40PB2 

6. Material: Brass or Brass  

7. Floating ball: Ethylene-propylene 

8. Dimension: 80.5*27mm 

9. Weight: 164g 

Installation: 

The flow meter should be installed horizontally or vertically and should be in parallel with the pipeline. 

Standards 

The flow meter is designed and tested according Switzerland taconova AV23 Balancing vales SETTER Inline. 

Main Function
 
Manual       http://www.ultisolar.com/usc-ms21ta.pdf  
Packing List
 
 
Package per set  cm*cm*cm
Package 10 sets  cm*cm*cm
Net Weight  0.2kgs
Gross Weight  

Mechanical Flow Meter for Solar Controllers Solar Water Heater Controllers Solar Smart Controllers

 

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