ST50 Series Flow Meters
The ST50 flow meter is an accurate, easy-to-install, no-moving-parts solution for measuring and controlling air, compressed air, or nitrogen
flow. ST50 utilizes FCI-proven thermal dispersion technology to provide direct mass-flow measurement resulting in higher performance at a
lower cost than orifice plates, DP, vortex shedding, and other thermal devices. The meter installs in line sizes ranging from 2” to 24”
[51 mm to 610 mm] with 1/2 ″or 3/4 ″ NPT.
ST51 /ST51A Mass Flow Meters
The ST51 Series flow meter is an accurate, easy-to-install, no-moving-parts solution for measuring and controlling biogases, digester gases, methane, and natural gas flow. ST51 utilizes FCI-proven thermal dispersion technology to provide direct mass flow measurement, resulting in higher performance at a lower cost than orifice plates, DP, vortex shedding, and other thermal devices.
ST80 Series Thermal Mass Flow Meters
ST80 flow meters combine proprietary equal mass thermal dispersion flow-sensing elements, precision electronics, and exacting fluid
calibrations, all packaged within rugged, industrial enclosures. The ST80 Series delivers a superior air/gas flow measurement solution that continuously meets performance specifications in the most demanding process and plant applications with virtually no scheduled maintenance.
FCI FLT93 ® Series FlexSwitch™
FLT93s are found in continuous operation in the most demanding and critical process and plant applications. You will find FLT93 the most preferred solution in oil and gas upstream and downstream applications; wastewater treatment; chemical operations; power plants, including nuclear power; food and beverage; refineries; mining; metals; manufacturing; and more. Whether your application is for flow, level, flow + temperature, or level + temperature, there is an FLT93 configuration to meet your needs.
VORTAB® Flow Conditioners
Straight-run is required in flow meter and pump installations to overcome the swirl, asymmetrical flow profiles, and otherwise unrepeatable flow that is created by elbows, pipe expanders or reducers, valves, dampeners, and other disrupters in the process pipe. In process piping systems, finding or adding a suitable amount of straight-run to accommodate the flow meters, pumps, and other critical components is often impractical or unfeasible, either technically, economically, or both. Flow conditioners, sometimes referred to as flow straighteners, are a practical and cost-effective engineering solution to overcome this lack of available straight-run.