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Part 1 of 2 - Servicing the Brooks Instrument GT1600: Tube & Float Adjustment

It is sometimes necessary to replace the tube and float of a rotameter in the field to accommodate a change in the application. The GT1600’s new design makes it easier than ever to replace the tube or float in the field. The service can be completed with a wrench and a pen; specialized tools are not necessary. Watch how the GT1600 can minimize maintenance time for you!

To view the video below in full screen mode, simply click the YouTube icon after pressing play.


Our next GT1600 video tutorial will cover how to adjust the scale using two simple tools. 

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