MFM mass flowmeters and MFC controllers from CONCOA use electronics to manage gas flow

Sept. 29, 2010
The new Series MFM mass flowmeters and MFC controllers, designed to accurately monitor and control the flow of a wide range of gases electronically, is now available from CONCOA, Virginia Beach, Va.

The new Series MFM mass flowmeters and MFC controllers, designed to accurately monitor and control the flow of a wide range of gases electronically, is now available from CONCOA, Virginia Beach, Va. The series is part of the company’s extensive line of specialty and scientific research gas systems and equipment.

These new series are versatile and designed to be easy to use even for beginners to this type of flow monitoring or control technology. The units have a standard maximum working pressure of 500 psig and are supplied standard with correction factors for air, helium hydrogen and carbon dioxide, with other factors available on request.

Made from 316L stainless steel bar stock, units are available in a broad range of flows from 0 to 10 sccm to 0 to 20 lpm. Their accuracy is high at ±1% of full scale, and each unit is supplied with a NIST traceable calibration certificate. Circuitry is designed to withstand high RF interference.

Both a single- and four-channel 5-digit display and controller with 16-bit resolution giving a reading accuracy of 0.02% with field selectable voltages of either 110 volt DC or 220 volt DC are available to monitor and control from one to four units. All of the products are marked CE for compliance with European Union directives for use or sale in the European Union.

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