Graco Launches PM Series Electric Preset Dispense Meters

Graco Launches PM Series Electric Preset Dispense Meters

With proven durability and robust protection, ensure accuracy unimpeded by the harshest elements.

Graco Inc. is pleased to announce the launch of the PM8 and PM20 dispense meters, both of which are part of their rnew PM series of electric preset dispense meters. Designed and tested to withstand rough use and tough conditions, PMmeters are IP69K rated and encased in metal. This provides the heft and protection necessary to survive the drops, bumps and beatings that might otherwise compromise performance. Heavy-duty from fit to finish, Graco PM meters sacrifice nothing to deliver fluids accurately and efficiently to the last drop.

“The design of our new PM series of meters keeps a certain type of customer in mind,” said Shane Norman, Product Marketing Manager for Graco’s Lubrication Equipment Division. “From specially crafted leak-resistant valves and seals to a stout guard that protects electronics from impact, both the PM8 and PM20 dispense meters are built for the roughest users in environmental conditions that would impact any other product. Tested for tens of thousands of dispenses, PM series meters are a class above and the only ultra-rugged preset meter on the market today.” 

From quick lane service to mobile lube trucks, those with their hands on a PMseriespreset meter are clamoring to share their experiences. “I’m super happy with the feel of the meter,” said a lube truck operator after a field test with a PM series model. “I noticed a flow improvement over my old meters … I’m excited about this meter.” 

With preset functions engineered to deliver fast and precise performance, PM series electronic dispense meters are capable of high flow rates of up to 20 gpm (75.7 lpm). Alongside an easy-to-use four-button design with default preset and custom preset dispensing, the PM series of meters boasts an ergonomic four-finger trigger for comfort of use with a long battery life through the use of four easily replaceable AA batteries. 

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