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AW-Lake introduces TW Series Turbine Flow Meter

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AW-Lake Co. has launched the TW Series Turbine Flow Meter for use both on and off the oilfield.

Besides new installations, the meters or meter internals are cost-effective and easy drop-in replacements to Kimray, NuFlo, Haliburton, Cameron and Blancett turbine flow meters in existing applications.

The TW Flow Meters are available in a wide range of sizes and easily integrated with the SignalFire Flow Totaliser as part of a wireless flow control system. Working together, the Flow Meter and Totalizer can measure, locally display and wirelessly transmit intelligent flow data to a Gateway for remote monitoring and control on a PC, PLC or other control system.

AW-Lake’s TW Series Turbine Meters are available in flow ranges from 0.6 to 5000 Gals. per minute and feature a 316 stainless steel construction, tungsten carbide rotor shaft and tight machining tolerances for excellent durability and long life. With working pressures up to 5,000 psi and fluid temperatures from -150º to 350° F, the TW Turbine Flow Meters are ideal for a variety of liquid flow applications such as:

  • Chemical injection: Turbine flow meters work upstream, midstream and downstream.
  • Drilling applications: When packaged as a battery-powered solution, the TW Turbine Flow Meter is ideal for well drilling applications where the power for the drilling rigs originates from mobile generators.
  • Fracking and Flowback: Metering of used and reclaimed water is a primary application for these turbines. The TW Turbine Flow Meter monitors the water as well as the chemicals used to treat the water.
  • Natural Gas pipeline (midstream): The TW Series Turbine Flow Meter works in a variety of pipeline installations including those for metering stations, chemical injection, and offloading to smaller pipelines for delivery or truck loading stations.

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