Swissflow | Infrared Flow Meters

Instructions for installation and use

The Swissflow patented technology can be used in many ways and easily customized for various purposes. While simple to use and install, before putting a SwissFlow flow-meter into operation, please note the following:

  1. 1- Hose discharges may not be subjected to pressure when the flow-meter is put into operation.

  2. 2- Medium-supply lines must be thoroughly cleaned before use.

  3. 3- Use of a 20 μm (Micron) pre-filter is recommended.

  4. 4- Slid particles or contamination in the medium may damage the flow-meter and/or influence the measurement results.

  5. 5- IMPORTANT: WATCH ARROW ON FLOW-METER TO INSTALL IT IN CORRECT FLOW DIRECTION.

  6. 6- Once the flow-meter has been installed, the system should be filled slowly, to avoid air damaging the rotor.

  7. 7- Hook up electronic connector to the flow-meter. Make sure that the electrical connections have been hooked up as indicated on this diagram.

  8. 8- Make sure electronic connector is not coming into contact with liquids. This may influence measuring results negatively.

  9. 9- Remember to remain within the minimum and maximum flow-rate limits as indicated. Avoid any UNCONTROLLED AIR PRESSURE through the flow-meter. High bars at the beginning which results in more than 38.000 rotations per second of the rotor will DESTROY rotor blades.

  10. 10- The measurement principle is based on volume measurement; air in water, for example, counts as a medium.

Once the flow-meter has been installed in accordance with these directions, a smooth operation is guaranteed.

 

 

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