High resolution, low flow meter Model P001

Piston Meters offer the highest accuracy and measure the lowest flow rates of any meter.

Low cost Gear Flow Meter Model G004

Economical and Rugged with 50X more resolution than standard gear meters.

High-throughput, high viscosity meter, Model H241

Able to measure fluids of up to 1,000,000 cps, due to its flow through design.

We give our customers the confidence to measure difficult flow measurement applications.

Max customers know the flow measurement reported by our meters is true, repeatable and backed by 50 years of engineering integrity.

All of the work that you have put into designing and building your products is at risk if the flow meter that you use to test them is not accurate and reliable. Inaccurate measurement or low resolution data will prevent you from selling your products with confidence.   Don’t stake your reputation on a “somewhat acceptable” measurement, when you can make a better measurement choice.

Max offers a broad range of flow meter sizes; each with a wide operating range and high accuracy. We work with you to select the best combination of features for your project. Our success is based on your success. Give us a call and we’ll answer any questions you might have and provide whatever support you’ll need to select a superior, flow measurement solution.

If you are interested in how our customers have integrated Max meters into their systems, please look over the applications list. Or, jump into the Technical Documents area to gather documentation you’ll want to read later.  When you are ready, give us a call at (707) 433-2662. We are always happy to spend time sharing our knowledge and experience.

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