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Never been used before Flow-Scales. Bought back in 2016 and was never installed. This system consists of 3x Flow-Scales and can be used in association with a chain disk system, or any other type of grain feeding system. The purpose of the Flowscale is to accurately measure the weight of the desired grain. With the 3 you can set up a distinct scenario where you had 3 different varieties of grain to measure. FLOW SALES x3 (BAG STAND METERING) -5" FlowScale, Continuous Flow Weigh Auger, (Flow Rate 400-5500#/hr) -Proximity Sensor for inlet hopper and/or discharge plenum -Hopper Top for Continuous-Flow Unit; 4" inlet -Tube magnet for Hopper-Top -Discharge Plenum for Single FlowScale Unit -Set of 4 Legs for FlowScale Unit -Discharge Chute for Horizontal Gathering Auger (FOR 2.375" CHAIN DISK)1.5 58.00 87.00 -5" Continuous Flow FEEDPRO Ingredient Unit w/ all Necessary Options Asking price is $3000. each - Could consider an OBO with purchase of all 3 Flow scales. Please contact me for more information. *Attached is a brochure for technical and spec information. **Items are located in Rogers, Arkansas IMG_3507.HEIC IMG_3509.HEIC IMG_3508.HEIC Flowscale Brochure.pdf
Good morning, I am looking for a reasonably priced in-line flow meter that will meet the US Code of Federal Regulations (26 USC 5204, Section 19.188 Measuring devices and proofing instruments). A direct quote: "© Meters. A proprietor may use an accurate mass flow meter to measure the volume of bulk spirits. A mass flow meter used for tax determination of bulk spirits must be certified by the manufacturer or other qualified person as accurate within a tolerance of plus or minus 0.1 percent." We use sanitary (1.5 inch) connections, and our pumps average anywhere from 2 to 20 gallons per minute, depending on what/where we're pumping. We're making vodka, so we don't need to meter anything with high viscosity...it's either water or GNS! Any suggestions? Thanks, John Cinco Vodka