Ductile Iron Flow Meter Now Available from TCS - Meets All US Coast Guard Specifications

Kristy Boldt
Thursday, May 18, 2006
Total Control Systems (TCS), manufacturer of positive displacement flow meters and components, announces a Ductile Iron Flow Meter that meets U.S. Coast Guard and ASTM specifications for marine applications. The single case ductile iron flow meters are available in 2”, 3” and 4” sizes with flow capacities up to 600 GPM, and are suitable for use with petroleum products, ethanol and methanol.
“The 700SP Ductile Iron Flow Meter is the latest addition to our lineup of custody transfer approved flow meters,” said Dan Murray, Sales Manager for Total Control Systems. “All TCS flow meters are built with quality and care to provide the best measurable results possible.”
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