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HyQuest TB6/40 Tipping Bucket Flow Gauge

HyQuest TB6/40 Tipping Bucket Flow Gauge

Description

The HyQuest Flow Gauge Model TB6/40 is used for measuring water flow coming out of a pipe or drain.

Features

  • Flow gauge measures flow up to 3 L/min
  • 40mL tipping bucket volume
  • Suitable for harsh environments
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Designed for pipe flow and water drain measurements, the HyQuest Flow Gauge Model TB6/40 can measure up to 3 L/min. This flow gauge is made up of a robust, injection molded ABS base and heavy duty cast aluminum receiver, along with a 40mL brass-coated tipping bucket for durability. The flow gauge comes with a dual reed switch with varistor protection that can connect to a totalizer or data logging system.
What's Included:
  • (1) TB6 flow gauge
  • (1) Sensor cable, 10m
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