Large size magnetic flow meter

Yokogawa Releases ADMAG AXW series of large size magnetic flow meter

07/02/2012


AXW Large Size Magnetic Flow Meter, Source: YokogawaYokogawa is pleased to announce the release of the AXW large size magnetic flow meter.

The ADMAG AXW series of magnetic flow meters has been developed utilizing Yokogawa’s decades of experience with magnetic flow meters. The AXW series continues the tradition of high quality and reliability that has become synonymous with the Yokogawa name.

The AXW series is ideal for industrial process lines, water and other basic applications. With outstanding reliability and ease of operation, based on decades of field-proven experience, the AXW will increase user benefits while reducing total cost of ownership.

Sizes are available from 500 mm (20 in.) to 1000 mm (40 in.) with a wide liner selection such as PTFE, hard rubber, and polyurethane lining. The AXW series comes standard with ASME, AWWA, EN, JIS, or AS flanges. A submersible version is also available. The design is robust featuring a shorter face-to-face dimension for a smaller footprint and an easier, cost effective installation. 



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