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XARTU™ Transfer Prover

XARTU™ Transfer Prover

The XARTU-TP™ Transfer Prover is a portable system designed to provide accurate field proving for rotary, turbine, and diaphragm meters. Its compact design allows the prover to be transported to field locations without the need for a dedicated vehicle or multi-person work crews. Net weight for a 3M prover without the blower and hose is only 64 lbs. The prover system’s low demand power design allows testing and blower operation using only a standard AC/DC inverter, as opposed to the need for a dedicated AC circuit or gas generator. Each prover is shipped from the factory with NIST (National Institute of Standards and Technology) test report.

Features and Benefits:

• Compact and Portable
• Accurate Field Proving for Rotary, Turbine, and Diaphragm Meters
• Configurable Via RS232 for Modbus Communication
• Use Standard AC/DC Inverter
• NIST (National Institute of Standards and Technology) Testing

Proving System Package Includes:

• Prover electronics XARTU-TP™

• Detachable high frequency pulser

• Master Meter

• Quick connect, fast responses, temperature probe

• Quick connect pressure tubing

• Push button for manual operation

• Blower with quick connect 10’ hose included

• Rugged Pelican case with custom foam insert

• Net weight total 3M only – 85lbs

• Net weight Prover 3M only – 64lbs

User-friendly Features:

• Run modes for Automatic and Manual

• Menu driven weatherproof keypad

• Easy to read 4 Line display

• Fully supported in Field Manager™ software

• No computer needed for data colle

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XARTU™ Transfer Prover Bulletin

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With heavy hearts, we announce the passing of our founder James (Jim) Bell.

Jim passed away on June 15, 2021. He will be greatly missed by his colleagues, family, friends and the many people he impacted over his 89 years of life. His full obituary can be found here.

In observance of his passing, all ECCO/GASCO offices will be closed, Friday, June 18.