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    Hi everybody, first post here.

    So I'm looking to buy a flow meter, and would like to hear recommendations. We are a 10 bbl nano-scale operation, so it doesn't need to be big, but reliable and handy.

    Thanks!

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    IFM flow meter quality is stable, we equipped many on our brewery.

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    • #3
      we havet two kinds as below pictures, kindly let me know if you need our help. Regards

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Crane View Post
        Hi everybody, first post here.

        So I'm looking to buy a flow meter, and would like to hear recommendations. We are a 10 bbl nano-scale operation, so it doesn't need to be big, but reliable and handy.

        Thanks!
        If you use the flow meter on wort, electricmagnetic flow meter is better. But if you use it on water, a turbine flow meter is enough.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Crane View Post
          Hi everybody, first post here.

          So I'm looking to buy a flow meter, and would like to hear recommendations. We are a 10 bbl nano-scale operation, so it doesn't need to be big, but reliable and handy.

          Thanks!
          Hi Crane,

          Our customer suggest a good function flow meter, I would like to share with you.
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          • #6
            We have an IFM like pictured, have no idea how to tie it to a screen or PID… so right now, it just gathers dust


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            • Brewman
              Brewman commented
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              Hi,

              Do you mean the IFM of GPI meter?
              If yes, maybe I can share its manual for your reference.

              Cheers,
              Brewman Machinery Equipment Co.

          • #7
            For our wort and beer transfers, we use Endress-Hauser ProMag line. Very spendy new, but we've found used in great condition for ~$300. We have a ProMag 10H and 30H.

            These are magneto-hydrodynamic, so no moving parts or bearings in contact with the product. Nice smooth pipe that's easy to clean.

            Interface cards are available if you want to connect to something, and EH has excellent customer service--even 'though we're not the original purchasers!
            Timm Turrentine

            Brewerywright,
            Terminal Gravity Brewing,
            Enterprise. Oregon.

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