Beverage dispensing flow meters from Titan Enterprises are inherently reliable and proven to ensure consistent drink quality in hundreds of thousands of installations around the world.
Credit: Titan EnterprisesAt the heart of each beverage flow meter is a precision Pelton wheel turbine that rotates freely on robust sapphire bearings and contains over-molded magnets that are detected through the chamber wall by a Hall effect detector. The output from each Titan beverage flow meter is a stream of NPN pulses that are directly interfaced with a suitable electronic instrument. This combination of materials and technology ensures a long-life product with reliable operation throughout.
Constructed from totally non-metallic wetted components and offering a flow range of up to 10 liters per minute—Titan’s NSF-accredited beverage dispensing flow meters are the product of choice for precise metering of lower viscosity beverages including coffee, wine, beers, spirits, and soft drinks.
To read a case study describing successful widespread implementation of Titan beverage flow meters in the brewing industry, please visit https://www.flowmeters.co.uk/beer-flow-sensors-titan-supply-600000-flow-sensors-beer-industry/.
For further information on our beverage flow meter technology please visit https://www.flow meters.co.uk/beverage-flow-meters-drinks-dispensing-flow-meter-for-beer-wines-and-spirits/ or contact Titan Enterprises on +44-1935-812790 / email@example.com.
Drawing upon over 40-years of flow meter innovation—Titan Enterprises Ltd are a manufacturer of high-performance solutions including the Atrato ultrasonic flow meter, Oval Gear flow meters, low flow Turbine flow meters, and a flow instrument range. Titan’s company philosophy of “pushing the envelope by trying to do things a little different and better” has resulted in sales of over 1,000,000 products into 50 countries worldwide and a repeat purchase percentage of 95 percent. All flow meters produced by Titan Enterprises are designed and manufactured to ISO9001 and calibrated to an uncertainty of ±0.25 percent.
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