INSERTION MAG FLOW METER FOR 6" to 72" PIPE SIZE RANGES
MAG Mass Flow Meters at the prices of high end Clamp On Ultrasonic Mass Flow Meters and feature accuracies of 0.5% or READING. Amazing Sensitivity requiring conductivity of a mere 5 microSiemens/cm (compare to > 0 microSiemens/cm of competitors) No moving parts, no turbine or vortex shedder bar to foul up. Display
Features LARGE LCD display, shows the Instantaneous Flow Rate, Total Flow, in user selectable units.
Insertion 6" to 72" Diameter pipe
Wetted Materials Teflon & 316 SS
Flow Body Material 304 SS
Flows from 100 kg/h to 200,000 kg/h relative to water
Accuracy: +/- 0.5% of reading in water.
Repeatability of +/- 0.05% of reading
1/2" to 4" 150# ANSI Flange Connections, up to 6" available custom.
Gas: -58°F (-50°C) to 350°F (180°C)
Ambient: 14°F (-10°C) to 140°F (60°C)
Power Requirement: Order either 24 VDC or 85-220 VAC, 15 Watts maximum;
Output signals: Modbus RTU, 4–20 mA, and 0-10 KHz for flow rate indication
Digital communications: Modbus RTU
Proof Pressure 230 PSIG, 1.6 MPa.
Display: Flow rate, Flow Rate 0-100%, and Total flow
Wiring connection to enclosure size: M20 x 1.5
Factory Final QC Test Certificate
Integral Electronics installation
Electronics Enclosure NEMA 4X / IP67
Conductivity > 5 microSiemens/cm
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The image below gives a guideline of the nominal maximum GPM for various pipe sizes
Consult factory for custom installation drawings for your Insertion MAG Meter requirements.
INSERTION MAG Meter Dimensions
Insertion and Flanged MAG Meter Installation requirements:
Quick video showing how to use the front panel buttons.
Learn why Insertion meters only need to be inserted less than 5" in larger pipes by watching the video below....
Discover where the classical "1/8 D Insertion Depth" for location of an insertion meter sensor comes from. We show fluid mechanics data showing WHY the guidance if the pipe Diameter is greater than 10" the insertion depth only needs to be 5"... An Approximation. Above we discuss the EXACT value required to follow "Miller Best Practices".
View video above to see how an INSERTION MAG meter is installed, which is DIFFERENT than conventional flange meters.