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Economy Electronic Digital Meters

GPI 01 Series Meters are an economical choice for a variety of applications, and are excellent for monitoring and indication. GPI Economy meters are available in Nylon for water or non aggressive chemicals or Aluminium for petroleum products. They provide lower accuracy than other GPI meters but are an economical choice in many applications. The economy meters are not field serviceable like the G2 series meters.

 
  • 01 Series Aluminium Digital Meter

    This basic totalizing economy meter works well with fuel, diesel, and kerosene. The battery powered electronic displays on the 01A flowmeters are calibrated to read in litres. Flow range is from 10 – 100 lt/min and connection ports are 1″ BSP female. The 01 series meter displays accumulative total and batch (reset) total.

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  • 01 Series Nylon Digital Meter

    This is a great water or light chemical flowmeter that can attach to the end of a hose or on an in-line pipe. The battery powered electronic display is calibrated to read in litres. Flow range is from 10 – 100 lt/min and connection ports are 1″ BSP female. The 01 series meter displays accumulative total and batch (reset) total.

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  • GPI Economy Series Chemical Meter

    The GPI FM Chemical meter is suitable for thin and medium fluids and can be field calibrated for more viscous products. This Nutating disc flowmeter is made of Durable PBT Polyester. Local display includes Rate of Flow, Batch and Cumulative Totals.

     
  • FM-300H/R Chemical Meter

    The most accurate and versatile agricultural chemical meter on the market. Factory calibrated for thin and medium to thick fluids, even oils. Flow range is 7 to 75 LPM. This Nutating disc meter comes with a electronic display. Typical accuracy with Factory Calibration is ± 2%. Field Calibration is ± 0.5%. Durable PBT Polyester construction. Keeps both batch and cumulative totals and displays rate of flow.

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