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FlowMark Electronic Flowmeter

The FlowMark™ flowmeter provides real-time measurements of gas chromatography carrier gas streams ranging from 0.50 mL/min to 500 mL/min.

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PerkinElmer’s FlowMark flowmeter is specifically designed for use with gas chromatography (GC) instruments. The probe is applied directly to the gas flow stream and the measured flow rate is presented on the LCD screen in units of mL/min. This unit provides continuous real-time measurements of gas streams ranging from 0.50 mL/min to 500 mL/min. Because the technology uses volumetric flow measurement, the unit is compatible with all laboratory gases. The flowmeter is designed to measure clean, dry, non-corrosive gases. Safety features include NIST traceable calibration, over-range indicator, auto shut-off, and explosion-proof rating for flammable and explosive gas atmospheres. A storage case is included and a recalibration service is available (N9307085).

Technical Specifications:

  • Accuracy: +/-2% of flow or +/-0.2 mL/min, whichever is greater
  • Warranty: 1 year
  • Certifications: CE, Ex
  • Compliance: WEEE, RoHS
  • Battery Requirements: 2-AA Batteries
  • Data Output: USB Port

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Product Brand Name FlowMark
Product Group Flow Meters
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