The Flow Meter of Choice for the Aquatics Industry: The F-300

In the early years of the pool industry, many of the products we now take for granted were simply not available. King’s goal was to design and create those products for the growing aquatics industry.

The Flow Meter of Choice for the Aquatics Industry: The F-300

In the early years of the pool industry, many of the products we now take for granted were simply not available. King’s goal was to design and create those products for the growing aquatics industry.

Aquatics Industry Professionals have relied on Blue-White Products since 1957 when company founder, Ozzie King, transitioned from leading Southern California Pool Builder to manufacturing products he knew the industry needed, which included the features and benefits Aquatics Professionals want.


In the early years of the pool industry, many of the products we now take for granted were simply not available. King’s goal was to design and create those products for the growing industry while also improving on existing products, eventually offering the highest quality at the most competitive prices.


King had the vision and imagination to see the future of aquatics and the types of products that would eventually be needed, as well as the skill to design and create those products.


Today at Blue-White, we proudly carry on the tradition of manufacturing the highest quality, most innovative, and dependable products for commercial pools, aquatics centers, water slides, and other aquatics features.


Among these products is the industry’s favorite F-300 Series Flow Meter. No one manufactures a higher quality, more dependable flow meter in its class. Period. Important to note, the F-300 Series has more NSF 50 listed pipe sizes than any flow meter now offered in the Aquatics Market. County Health Authorities insist that NSF 50 and Blue-White F-300 Flow Meters meet that requirement.

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F-300 Installed and ready for fluid measurement.


Flow meters are installed after the filtration system in commercial aquatics applications. This enables service persons or health inspectors to tell at a glance if the recirculating pump is pushing an adequate amount of water to ensure optimum water turnover (filtration).

F-300 installation example


The F-300 flow meter is engineered to deliver accuracy to ±5%, and less than 1PSI pressure drop. The meter’s aerodynamic pitot tube allows for smooth flow of the water through the pitot tube and meter for no float bounce. The red PVDF float is non-stick, chemical resistant, and the bright red color enhances readability. Blue-White’s signature red cap won’t crack or fade.


The F-300 requires a minimal straight run of pipe to work effectively, making them an excellent choice for cramped equipment rooms. In addition, the F-300 ships complete with a gasket seal and two stainless steel mounting clamps for a fast and easy install.


Blue-White’s F-300 Series is offered in both Horizontal and Vertical Mount Units to ensure you can get the Best Flow Meter for your unique installation.

Written By:
Jeanne Hendrickson, Blue-White

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