A flow totalizer is a type of instrument used in various industrial processes to measure and display the total amount of fluid or gas that has passed through a pipeline or other type of flow meter. The device can be used in a wide range of applications, including chemical processing, oil and gas, water treatment, and food and beverage production.
The flow totalizer typically consists of a digital display, a microprocessor, and a series of sensors and transmitters that measure and calculate the flow rate of the fluid or gas. The microprocessor integrates the flow rate data over time to determine the total volume or mass of the fluid or gas that has passed through the meter.
One example of a flow totalizer has dimensions of 96 x 96 x 120 mm, making it a compact and easily installable device. It can display both flow rate and total flow in various units of measurement, such as liters, gallons, or cubic meters. Some models also have additional features, such as alarm outputs and data logging capabilities, to provide additional functionality for users.