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Parma Fair

F.lli Giacomello will participate as an exhibitor at the 2019 edition of sps ipc drives Italia, the annual fair that brings together suppliers and manufacturers in the world of industrial automation.

The event will be held in Parma from 28 to 30 May and visitors will be able to find the company in Hall 05 at stand A001.

F.lli Giacomello will present all its ranges at the fair, with particular attention to one of its flagship products, the flow indicators.

The technical characteristics of the SCFs make them particularly robust and able to guarantee total visibility, with liquids such as water, oils, gasolines, diesel oil and all other liquids except for the corrosive ones.

The body is made of chrome-plated zinc brass alloy with a hexagonal hub and internal thread for connection. They also have a reversible nylon-glass propeller and a Pirex glass tube.

The operating temperature is 90 ° C with nitrile OR, using the Viton ones up to 130 °. Possibility of aluminum propeller.

Equally interesting are the FLU/P, which offer various ways of use. Thanks to the body in Grilamid TR55 with very high resistance, it can be used for liquids such as water or diesel, but also for diluents, trichlorethylene and others.

The FLU/P Flowmeters have a high visibility on each side and a clear reading of the scale.

Thanks to the original shape of the cone, they have a linear progression that few can offer.

Furthermore the FLU/P Flow Switches for Liquids can be equipped with one or 2 reed contact alarm sensors, possibly supplemented by a red LED (green on request) for signaling in the field the presence or absence of the predetermined flow rate.

The big news is that from the tests carried out in the company after some modifications on the seals, today we can reach a pressure of at least 25 Bar, compared to the previous 5 Bars, thus greatly expanding the possible applications.

F.lli Giacomello is waiting for you at its stand to introduce you to all its products


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