For the past 50 years, NUFLO and BARTON turbine meters have developed alongside the requirements of the international oil & gas and process control industries.
Each brand has a reputation for withstanding severe environmental punishment while maintaining operational and measurement integrity.
NUFLO Liquid Turbine Meters
Cameron’s NUFLO™ developed its first flowmeter for oilfield applications in 1957. The meter incorporated a tungsten-carbide shaft and bearing to withstand the rugged conditions of the oilfield environment. Over the years, this flow meter has built an unsurpassed reputation for withstanding severe punishment while maintaining operational and measurement integrity.
NUFLO turbine flow meters indicate flow rate and measure total throughput of a liquid line. As liquid flows through the meter and over the rotor, the rotor turns at a speed that is directly proportional to the flow rate. A magnetic pickup senses the rotor blades as they pass and generates an electrical (sine wave) signal. These electrical pulses are then transmitted to the flow measurement readout equipment.
FEATURES AND BENEFITS
Accurate and repeatable measurement
Long service life even in severe applications
Broad range of end connections including: threaded, grooved, flanged, EZ-IN, and WECO 1500
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NUFLO Gas Turbine Meters
Cameron’s NUFLO™ gas turbine flow meters feature a transducer that utilizes a lightweight, low inertia rotor to sense gas velocity. It offers an output frequency that has a linear relationship to gas velocity over a wide flow range.
The meter tracks the flow rate continuously, offers little resistance to flow and has a unique cartridge design that allows removal of all internal parts as one assembly. The meter exhibits little sensitivity to gas density above two atmospheres pressure. The low inertia of the rotor and vee bearings allows overranging of the meter to twice its rated capacity without damage for intermittent flow variations.
Designed for maximum life, carbide rotor shaft and bearings require no lubrication. The cartridge assembly makes replacement and inspection of parts easy. The meter is designed for installation between two flanges. The digital pulse output generated by the Gas Turbine Flowmeter can be fed to companion readout devices capable of providing direct measurement of flow rate and accumulated throughput. These measurements can be automatically pressure-and/or temperature-compensated to obtain volumetric measurements in standard units.
FEATURES AND BENEFITS
Single meter handles wide range of flow rates
Carbide bearing design eliminates need for lubrication and withstands difficult service conditions
Low inertia rotor design provides quick response to flow rate changes
Two-bladed rotor offers large unobstructed flow area
Electrical output signal adapts readily to a variety of readout devices
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Barton High Accuracy Gas and Liquid Turbines
For more than 30 years BARTON turbine meters have provided fiscal accuracy to a broad base of gas measurement applications including aerospace, cryogenic metering, pipeline applications and gas service. These meters are manufactured to order with options that include materials of construction, bearing systems and end connections.
Cameron’s BARTON® 7000 series turbine meters are designed for a broad range of precise liquid measurement applications. Based on more than 40 years of turbine manufacturing experience, this built-to-order series features a range of sizes, materials, bearing systems, and options
Cameron’s BARTON® 7400 series precision turbine meters are designed for gas service in a wide range of industrial, commercial, pipeline, and aerospace applications. Because the output from the pickup coil is digital, BARTON 7000 series meters are a perfect match for electronic output devices — no A/D conversion required. The rotor response is in milliseconds, providing precise metering in rapidly changing flow pattern applications.
barton7000 data sheet
Scanner 2000 Series Flow Computer
The CAMERON® flow computer Scanner® 2000 packs the gas, steam, and liquid measurement capabilities traditionally found in large flow computers, into a compact, low-power instrument that operates economically as a stand-alone chart recorder replacement, flow computer, and totalizer or as an integration-ready device for an existing SCADA system.
Eliminates cost of charts, integration and calculations
Less expensive to buy entire unit than to repair other popular brands.
FEATURES AND BENEFITS
Operate for up to 12 months on an internal battery
Little to no training costs
Dramatically reduced installation costs
Easy to read LCD and keypad
Free intuitive and easy to use interface software
Easy to manage data
Input/output ready and able
Transitioning, modernizing, and application solutions
Scanner2000 data sheet
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