Nuflo™ Cameron – Liquid Turbine flowmeters

The first Nuflo™ Liquid Turbine flowmeter was developed by Cameron in 1957. The meter incorporated a tungsten-carbide shaft and bearing to withstand the rugged conditions of the oilfield environment. Over the years, this flow meter has built an unsurpassed reputation for withstanding severe punishment while maintaining operational and measurement integrity.

The Nuflo™ Liquid Turbine flowmeters indicate flow rate and measure total throughput of a liquid line. As liquid flows through the meter and over the rotor, the rotor turns at a speed that is directly proportional to the flow rate. A magnetic pickup senses the rotor blades as they pass and generates an electrical (sine wave) signal. These electrical pulses are then transmitted to the flow measurement readout equipment.

BENEFITS

  • Accurate and repeatable measurement
  • An economical solution for turbine flow meter applications
  • Easy installation and a variety of end connections
  • Minimum maintenance required
  • Long service life, even in severe applications

APPLICATIONS

  • Water-injection measurement
  • Heater treaters
  • Test and production separators
  • Disposal wells
  • CO2 injection
  • Steam generator fuel and feed water
  • Metering liquid fertilizer
  • Water, fuel and chemical measurement in plant settings
  • Chemical tank loading and unloading
  • Measuring liquid propane
  • In-situ mining and leaching