Process Flowmeter from PKP Process Instruments

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PKP Process Instruments Inc.
May 16, 2010

The Model DK10 from PKP Process Instruments, Hudson, MA, is a flap-type flowmeter with local indication for flow measurement of most process fluids. The device uses a spring-loaded flap mounted in a hemispherical chamber; the flow deflects the flap and this deflection is proportional to the flow rate. Movement of the flap is transmitted to a mechanical pointer and flow displayed on a scale. Available outputs include 1 or 2 alarm levels or 4–20 mA. Each flowmeter is calibrated for the liquid being monitored based on customer specifications. Available wetted materials include aluminum, bronze, cast iron, SS, PTFE, and PVC.


CompanyPKP Process Instruments Inc.
CountryUnited States (USA)


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