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High Specification Ultrasonic Flowmeters Receive Glowing Customer Feedback

atrato low flow flowmeters

Titan Enterprises reports on strong sales, excellent customer feedback and new developments for its Atrato range of low flow ultrasonic flowmeters.

Managing Director – Trevor Forster commented “We now have several thousand Atrato units in use by customers worldwide ranging from sample-sensitive medical and pharmaceutical use right through to challenging off-shore as well as process and control applications. Just recently we were delighted that a leading global electronics and component supplies company chose to add several Atrato models to its catalogue”. He added “Typically customers, after trying an Atrato ultrasonic flowmeter, are so pleased with its outstanding performance and unmatched reliability that they order multiple units.  We are constantly extending the operational capabilities and market leading performance of Atrato in response to customer requirements”.

Utilising patented technology that enables it to operate with excellent accuracy (+/- 1%) over very wide flow ranges and better than ±0.5% over typical mechanical flowmeter operating ranges, the Atrato range of inline flowmeters is a genuine breakthrough in flowmeter technology. Its rugged, clean bore construction makes the Atrato ideal for a whole range of low flow applications (down to a world leading minimum of just 0.5ml / minute). An integral USB port allows software connectivity at literally the touch of a button.

An advanced signal processing system permits flow measurement across the whole Reynolds number range allowing both viscous and non-viscous products to be metered accurately.

Below is a video introduction to Atrato ultrasonic flowmeter technology:

For further information please visit www.flowmeters.co.uk/atrato-ultrasonic-flowmeters/ or contact Titan Enterprises on +44-1935-812790 / [email protected].

Cecil Instruments Ltd

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