Hydraulic flow monitoring

  • 15-May-2009 03:28 EDT
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Webtec Products’ FlowHUB hydraulic flow monitoring solution was designed for hydraulic system designers and maintenance engineers to replace up to six hydraulic components, reducing installation time and component costs. Applications include condition monitoring, preventive maintenance, component testing, closed-loop control, and other industrial uses. The solution can measure, display, signal alarm conditions, and transmit flow readings to data acquisition systems as well as measure and display temperature in fluid power or lubrication circuits. It covers five flow ranges up to 100 gal/min (380 L/min) rated to 6000 psi (414 bar). The FlowHUB uses sensing technology for improved resolution, and a robust design minimizes energy loss from pressure drop in heavy-duty applications.

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