Barton Instruments 200A, 226C and 227C Indicators on stock!

Barton Instruments 200A, 226C and 227C Indicators on stock!

By October 31, 2017Blog, Flow switches indicators

 

Model 226C 3-inch Indicator

The Barton Instruments M226C is a DP Indicator that is actuated by Barton’s M224C rupture-proof DPU.

The M226C is used in applications where weight and space are at a premium. Widely used in jet engine and missile testing programs, aircraft ground support equipment, water treatment, and air conditioning systems. It is specified by many liquefied gas producers and distributors for liquid level indication of materials, such as: LOX, CO2, ammonia, nitrogen, helium, hydrogen, and argon.

Model 227C 6-inch Indicator
The Barton Instruments M227C is a DP Indicator that is actuated by Barton’s M224C rupture-proof DPU.
The M227C is used in applications where weight and space are at a premium. Widely used in jet engine and missile testing programs, aircraft ground support equipment, water treatment, and air conditioning systems. It is specified by many liquefied gas producers and distributors for liquid level indication of materials, such as: LOX, CO2, ammonia, nitrogen, helium, hydrogen, and argon. The Model 227C is available in stainless steel (Model 227AS).

Model 200A 6-inch Indicator
The Barton Instruments M200A is a DP Indicator actuated by Barton’s M199 rupture-proof DPU.
The Barton Instruments M200A is used extensively in the chemical/petroleum industries for measuring flow of cooling water, stripping steam, reflux rates, and for balancing flows between multiple units. In applications involving liquefied gases (LOX, CO2, ammonia, nitrogen, helium, hydrogen, and argon), the M200A provides rugged operation and highaccuracy. The Model 200 is available in stainless steel (Model 200AS).
If you need more information about the Barton Instruments 200A, 226C and 227C Indicators please contact ITT Controls via info@ittcontrols.com. Also check our website http://www.ittcontrols.com/brands/barton-instruments/

 

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