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Welcome to Bell Flow Systems Ltd

Why Choose Us?

  • We are your partner for Badger Meter in the UK
  • Large UK stocks of flow measurement products
  • Dedicated and helpful staff
  • Competitive pricing and guaranteed support 

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This is the website of Bell Flow Systems Ltd,  the UK representative of Badger Meter® 

We work in partnership with Badger Meter Europa GmbH, which is a wholly owned subsidiary of Badger Meter Inc. USA. founded in 1905 and now employing more than 1500 people worldwide. Badger Meter Europa GmbH was founded in 1972 and is located in Neuffen, Germany. We welcome you to the hugely varied and world renowned selection of flow measurement products available from Badger Meter and look forward to serving your needs in the UK.

 

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14/02/2017

The Impeller series from Badger Meter - USA is a range of insertion style flow sensors designed to measure water and chemicals via insertion through the pipe wall.

Fitting an insertion meter is simpler, faster and cheaper than cutting a section from the pipework to install a full-bore flow meter.

Featuring a closed, six-bladed impeller design, using a proprietary, non-magnetic sensing technology, these meters offer high repeatability at lower flow rates. Sensors can be interchangeable, eliminating the need for recalibration after service or replacement.

Impeller flow meters are available in a choice of construction materials and a variety of sizes and outputs or LCD displays. With an accuracy of +/-1% and flow rates up to 9 m/s and up to 69 bar, depending on model, the Impeller series makes an ideal choice for use with corrosive and non-corrosive fluids even at higher system pressure.

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