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SLAMf Series

Brooks Instrument

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  • Programmable multi-gas/multi-range capabilities
  • Response time:
    • less than 1 second up to 100 lpm
    • less than 3 seconds up to 2500 lpm
  • User accessible service port
  • Advanced diagnostics
  • Simple modular design
  • 32 to 149°F (0 to 65°C) operating temp range

The Brooks SLAMf series thermal mass flow meters have a wide flow measurement range and are suitable for a broad range of temperature and pressure conditions making them well suited for applications in chemical and petrochemical research, laboratory, analytical, fuel cell, and life science among others.

The SLAMf series provides a highly configurable platform based on a simple modular architecture. The SLAMf series feature set was carefully selected to enable drop-in replacement and upgrade of many brands of mass flow controllers. With the wide range of options and features available, the SLAMf series provides users with a single platform to support a broad range of applications.

The SLAMf series features less than ±0.2% FS per year long term stability. The accuracy is backed by superior metrology systems and methods using primary calibration systems directly traceable to international standards and a broad range of analog and digital I/O options to suit virtually any application. An independent diagnostic/service port permits users to troubleshoot or change flow conditions without removing the mass flow controller from service. The SLAMf series products have NEMA 4X and IP66 weatherproof protection enclosures for ‘Hosedown' applications such as; food, beverage, pilot plants, pharmaceutical and biotech.

Applications for the SLAMf series include:

  • Chemical and petrochemical pilot plants
  • Life sciences bioreactors
  • Blanketing in food processing