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Flow switch.

The Model 2600 flow switch operates using a two-mode design including setpoint and by-pass versions.

The setpoint is achieved by increasing or decreasing liquid flow at the calibrated setpoint of the flow switch. A magnet-equipped shuttle is displaced at the calibrated setpoint to actuate the hermetically sealed reed switch housed within the removable bonnet assembly. The by-pass mode is designed so that it allows high flow but maintains the low-pressure drop.

Materials of construction are PVC, stainless steel, and ceramic. The unit is designed to facilitate operating temperatures to 140 [degrees] F and pressures up to 150 psig. Connections include in-line, 2-in. slip ports. A variety of adapters - either slip or FNPT - are available to reduce downtime. Standard setpoints are 0.5, 1, and 2 gpm on decreasing flow.

Thomas Products Ltd., 987 West St., Southington, CT 06489. (800) 666-9101.

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Date:Aug 1, 2001
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