Measuring principle electromagnetic
Measuring range as a function of the diameter
Accuracy ± 0,5 % v.l.
Connection insertion with flange or theaded
Materials stainless steel AISI304 - Electrodes steel AISI316L
The electromagnetic flowmeter
using Faraday's law of electromagnetic induction to measure the flow of electrically conducting liquids, according to which a conductor crossing a magnetic field generates a potential oriented perpendicularly to the field itself.
- Compact, light weight, easy installation and low cost.
- Low power consumption: only 9 watts (with 24 Vdc input).
- It does not require a previous selection of the type of fluid. If the fluid to be measured is conductive and non-magnetic, measures stable and error-free flow are possible.
- Pressure drop negligible, there is no appreciable loss of load since the meter penetrates into the pipe only for a thirteenth diameter.
- Linear relationship between the flow rate and the output signal. You can perform accurate measurements over a wide range of flow rates.
- Measurement not influenced by the parameters of the fluids, the precision of the measurement is not affected by the fluid temperature, pressure, density and type of fluid.
- The presence of deposits on the electrodes does not affect the measurement. You will have a total blockade of the operation only when they are completely isolated.
- Good accuracy
- Measuring device fixed
- Suitable for dirty and abrasive liquids
- No limitation on the viscosity of the fluid
- Possibility of bidirectional measures
- High labor camp
- Pressure drop void