Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India
We offer a complete product range of Ultrasonic Flow Meter and DP Flow Meter
Ultrasonic flow meters measure liquids in industrial applications. Because the sensor is clamped on to the outside of the pipe, it is immune to the process compatibility concerns of an in-line flow metering technology. A market leading process measurement device, the Ultrasonic flow meters are designed for applications where a customer is unwilling or unable to cut into the process measurement line to install an in-line meter. Available in configurations for pipe line sizes from DN15 to DN4000 (1/2” to 160”), the clamp-on design offers a cost-effective means of measuring liquid flow through a pipe. With designs that can withstand up to 200˚C (392˚F), this technology is ideal for liquids with limited solids or gas content. Because it mounts on the outside of the pipe, there is no need to worry about material compatibility with the process being measured or the pressure in the pipeline. Flow Clamp-On Ultrasonic flow meter operates using transit time measurement. By measuring the time it takes a sonic signal to travel a known distance with the flow stream and another signal travelling against the flow stream, it determines the velocity of the fluid being measured. With the sonic properties of the fluid and the pipe material factored in, users get an extremely repeatable accuracy on the volumetric flow rate being measured. Because the transmitter can process the signal of one or two sensors, it ensures additional economy and the ability to compare or contrast two flow streams, if required. The product is ideal for users looking for a process measurement device that is easy to install and can maintain flow measurement for clean liquids.
Effective control and monitoring of a process requires accurate and consistent measurement of different process variables. Multivariable Flow Transmitter measures the flow of virtually any liquid, gas or slurry for which a primary flow element exists to provide a differential measurement and helps users improve product yield, process efficiency and plant safety. Multivariable Flow Transmitter combines integrated sensor and microprocessor technologies as well as dynamic flow compensation to produce the most accurate and consistent flow measurement. This smart transmitter measures differential pressure and absolute or gauge pressure from a single sensor and temperature from a standard 100 Ohm Resistance Temperature Detector (RTD) or thermocouple type E, J, or T input signals. In addition, the smart transmitter in its flow calculation also includes compensation of pressure and/or temperature and complex variables such as viscosity, discharge coefficient, thermal expansion factor, velocity of approach factor and gas expansion factor.