Litre Meter VFF Series

 

 

Litre Meter VFF Series
Litre Meter VFF Series

Litre Meter pioneered the development of the Pelton wheel flowmeter: an accurate, effective and versatile design suitable for many different fluids including acids, chemicals, fuels, water and hot fats, at both high and low flow rates.

Since 1986 Litre Meter has developed the VFF meter (literally, Viscous or Versatile Fluids Flowmeter) for low flow and high pressure applications for the offshore industry particularly for chemical injection. In 2011 we supplied the largest ever chemical injection flowmeter order for the Gulf of Mexico. Over 5,000 VFFs are now in operation on chemical injection.

Our portfolio for the UK now includes flowmeters of all kinds, including rotary meters, gas flowmeters, helical screw flowmeters and ultrasonic flowmeters to handle a wide range of viscosities, flow rates and pressures, aggressive liquids and hazardous or adverse environments. We have particular expertise in measuring low flow rates and flows at high pressure. Contact the flowmeter specialists.

Litre Meter hold ISO9001:2015 approval. We are members of the Institute of Manufacturing at Cambridge University, FPAL, Achilles, Institute of Measurement and Control and Northamptonshire Chamber of Commerce. Litre Meter is a member of the TASI Flow Division and won the Queen’s Award in 2016 for Enterprise in International Trade.

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VFF (Viscous/Versatile Fluid Flowmeter) Rotary Piston Flowmeters

Since 1985, we’ve supplied businesses worldwide with a large selection of durable, industry-standard Positive Displacement flowmeters, also known as PD Meters.

Over the last 34 years, we’ve built a huge catalogue of products to suit your every need organised by flow ranges – from our standard range of flowmeters (popular in the UK, EU and US), to our bespoke range of customisable flowmeters that can be adjusted to suit to almost any flow application.

The VFF range is ideally suited to low flow, high pressure services such as those found in chemical injection, hydraulics measurement and subsea.

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