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New Vision Turbine Meter Range
Badger Meter Vision series of turbine flow meters have been examined, tested and found to comply with the requirements of The Water Regulations Advisory Scheme, also known as WRAS.
Vision models are entirely constructed from Trogamid which is low-priced, transparent and ultra-light. All materials used are compliant with the requirements of the drinking water approval. The turbines can also be used with a variety of liquids such as water, fuels, ink and weak acids and is resistant to ethanol and methanol.
With simple installation and no maintenance, the Vision turbines are a highly reliable choice for low flow applications. Instant and total flow can be displayed when combined with a digital display such as the ILR 700 series electronic register.
Thanks to best technical properties, there are various applications that the Vision turbine flow meters can be used for. Typical applications include industrial applications like in cooling plants, dosing, irrigation and dispensing systems, or in the food, chemical and pharmaceutical industry.
The compact Vision series consists of three turbine flow meter models: the Vision 1000, for measuring liquid flow as low as 0.1 and up to 2.5 l/min, Vision 2000 for measuring liquid flow as low as 0.5 and up to 35 l/min and the Vision 3000 for measuring liquid flow as low as 5 and up to 65 l/min. Available in sizes ¼” and 3/8” and providing an accuracy of ±3%, these meters make an ideal choice for measuring exact quantities of liquid.