Multivariable vortex mass-flow meters

Multivariable vortex mass-flow meters are rated Explosion Proof Class I Division I, Groups B, C, D and T6, and Dust Ignition Proof Class II and III, Groups E, F, G and T6. Devices provide outputs for five process variables: mass flow rate, volumetric flow rate, temperature, pressure and fluid density.

10/01/2000


Multivariable vortex mass-flow meters are rated Explosion Proof Class I Division I, Groups B, C, D and T6, and Dust Ignition Proof Class II and III, Groups E, F, G and T6. Devices provide outputs for five process variables: mass flow rate, volumetric flow rate, temperature, pressure and fluid density. Complete self-diagnostics and configuration capability for outputs, ranges, engineering units and totalization can be accessed locally or remotely. Diagnostic module also includes a fault log and a forcing function to test meter outputs. Models are available in in-line flanged and wafer flow bodies in sizes from 1 inch to 8 inches, as well as in insertion-type models with either flanged packing-gland or compression-fitting connections. (Sierra Instruments) Circle 26





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