Laboratory Flow Meters: Ultrasonic Flowmeter for Laboratory Testing
Designed to handle low flows from laminar to turbulent, and largely immune from viscosity, the Atrato ultrasonic flowmeter from Titan Enterprises is a perfect tool for laboratory testing applications – the ideal laboratory flow meter.
The Atrato ultrasonic flowmeter is a true inline non-invasive flowmeter without the contorted flow path and disadvantages of alternative designs. Available in 60°C and 110°C temperature versions and a 30 bar higher pressure model – Atrato flowmeters use ‘time-of-flight’ ultrasonic technology that enable them to operate over wide flow ranges with accuracy better than ±1.0% of reading – perfect for laboratory flow meter applications.
The Ideal Laboratory Flow Meter
Rugged, clean bore PEEK construction makes the Atrato ideal for a wide range of low flow laboratory flow meter applications and very easy to clean between experiments.
Atrato flowmeter software enables data recording via an external computer. With features that provide monitoring, reporting and management of flow data – the Atrato flow software delivers a continuous picture of your experiment and a reliable alternative to restrictive and costly manual metering. Users can select from a wide variety of functions and time periods over which to store their results. Flow data sets are saved as .csv files which can then be imported directly to a wide range of programmes for later manipulation and analysis.
With over 40 years’ experience in flowmeter innovation and manufacture, Titan Enterprises philosophy of “pushing the envelope by trying to do things a little different and better” has resulted in sales of over 250,000 products into 40 countries worldwide and a repeat purchase rate of 95%. Today Titan supplies innovative flow measurement solutions to a broad range of market sectors, including medical, chemical, petrochemical, food and drink, laboratory and pharmaceutical. All flow meters produced by Titan are designed and manufactured to ISO9001 and calibrated to an uncertainty of ±0.25%.