Flow Meter Test Kit With Reverse Flow, 150 GPM, 3500 PSI
A flow meter test kit is a crucial tool for measuring the flow rate and pressure of hydraulic oil in hydraulic systems. This portable test kit will give you the same result as testing your pump on a state-of-the-art test bench at a fraction of the cost. Comes complete with an adjustable load cell, glycerine-filled pressure gauge, and inline flow meter; ready to load-test your hydraulic pumps, motors, and other hydraulic components safely and accurately.
The reverse flow option on this unit allows for flow in both directions, however, the meter will only read flow in one direction.
Flow meter test kits are essential for anyone working with hydraulic systems, as they help ensure the system is functioning correctly and can help identify any potential issues before they cause damage or downtime. They are designed to be durable and reliable, making them suitable for use in a range of industrial settings.
Inline flow meter with reverse flow capability.
Adjustable load valve comes equipped with a 3500 PSI (241 bar) glycerine-filled pressure gauge (Includes a protective rubber boot).
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