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Publication honors company’s SPI-MV electromagnetic flowmeter
Singer Valve, a manufacturer of control valves, has received an innovation award from an industry publication for the new SPI-MV—the first single-point insertion electromagnetic flowmeter installed and calibrated with a control valve. The SPI-MV can be used with a Singer metering valve as a standalone option or built into a 106-2SC-PCO pilot system to provide complete flow-based valve control. The award’s winners were determined by reader votes.
The SPI-MV has been flow-profiled and tested in McCrometer’s NIST traceable flow laboratory, so the unit is guaranteed accurate to the 2% of reading throughout the specified velocity range, and as it has already been profiled to match the Singer valve, it works right out of the box. With no moving parts and a single-piece design, the SPI mag’s sensor contains nothing to wear or break, and it is generally immune to clogging by sand, grit or other debris.
“Its easy installation, price and reliability along with the small size makes it the latest and greatest in flowmeters for this application,” said Mark Gimson, business development and marketing manager for Singer Valve.