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Axial Flow Valve by Honeywell American Meter

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I am happy to announce that Linc Energy Systems is now an authorized distributor for the Honeywell American Meter Axial Flow Valve. This regulator was formerly marketed and manufactured by Elster which Honeywell acquired in 2016.

AFVAxial Flow Valve by Honeywell America Meter Axial Flow Valve by Honeywell

The American Meter Axial Flow Valve (AFV) is a flexible element valve designed to regulate air, natural gas, nitrogen, carbon dioxide, propane vapor, other non-corrosive gases, and water over a wide range of flow rates.

The Axial Flow Valves have no mechanical connections to the control element. The valve consists of three main structural components and a single moving part. They use an elastic sleeve that expands or contracts in response to the pressure differential across the sleeve. The AFVs are extremely compact and lightweight, easy to install and service, and provide a streamlined flow path for quiet operation.

The valves are used for pressure regulation, overpressure relief and on/off control.

American Meter AFV Specifications










 For more information about this regulator visit Axial Flow Meter or request a quote now.

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About The Author

Jeffrey Cox is the Vice President of  Linc Energy Systems. With more than 25 years of industry experience, and specializing in natural gas measurement, volume correction and data acquisition he adds his voice to the Linc Energy Blog by writing about natural gas flow measurement and control. Jeff has been in a leadership role since 2004.


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