STD CTR meters are intended for use where compensation to standard base condition is not required. STD CTR meters do not have any gas compensating features. When stable gas temperatures and pressures are significantly higher or lower than standard base condition, predetermined temperature and/or pressure factors can be independently applied to correct the STD CTR index readings to a base condition. Alternatively, it can be paired with a standalone volume corrector. The maximum allowable operating pressure (MAOP) of the pressure body is: 175 psig
Available in Threaded and ANSI and DIN Flange Connections
TC METERS are intended for use where temperature compensation to standard base condition is required. At higher fixed pressures, a predetermined pressure factor can be independently applied to correct the TC compensated index reading to the required base condition. TC meters have a non-compensated and a temperature compensated mechanical index counter.
STD ID & DCID
STANDARD INSTRUMENT DRIVE (STD ID) & DIGITAL COUNTER INSTRUMENT DRIVE (DCID) When temperature, pressure or supercompressibility factors are a matter for concern, STD ID and DCID meters permit the mounting of a variety of gas recording or correcting instruments to handle the required factor(s) needed for further processing (refer to AdEC®). The STD ID and DCID are similar in design and function, however, the DCID meter has a built in non-compensated mechanical index counter.
corrector (refer to AdEC®).
Available Sizes: Imperial (RM)
600, 1000, 1500, 2000, 3000, 5000, 7000, 11000, 16000, 23000, 25000, 38000, 56000