Total Control Systems (TCS) Flow Meters
While the best meter technology depends on the system characteristics, Total Control System's positive displacement flow meters and components selection criteria will vary based on the following specifications: liquid compatibility, flow rate, viscosity, temperature, pressure, suspensions, solids and the pumping technology.
Total Control Systems specializes in providing both reliable and innovative liquid measurement and recording equipment that is Weights and Measures approved (NIST, OIML, NMI, MID, and SABS). Today, Total Control Systems can be found supporting companies both large and small across the globe.
Total Control Systems offers the world’s only “true” positive displacement flow meter, known as the 682 piston meter. Due to its astounding accuracy, it was originally called the “Miracle Meter” when it was first designed in the 1930s by Tokheim Corporation. Since purchasing the rights to the meter in 1995, Total Control Systems has made significant enhancements to its design while maintaining its superior accuracy. The 682 meter is smaller and lighter in weight along with improved performance and reliability. In industries that operate at lower flow rates but require both high accuracy and reliability, there is no better meter than the TCS 682.
The TCS 700 is the flagship product of Total Control Systems. This positive displacement rotary flow meter boasts unique design features to improve accuracy and performance. The TCS 700 features tri-rotor design that improves accuracy by minimizing pressure loss. With no metal to metal contact within the measuring chamber, the TCS 700 avoids internal wear to ensure long-term accuracy and extend time between calibrations. It is available in a wide variety of metals and sizes from 1 ½” to 6” to support a wide range of industries and liquids. All TCS 700 meters are engineered and manufactured in-house. Thanks to Total Control System’s reputation as being a trusted industry provider and the TCS 700’s superior design, the meter is becoming the rotary flow meter of choice.