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Insertion Electromagnetic Flowmeter Insertion Electromagnetic Flowmeter

Insertion Electromagnetic Flowmeter

The Electromagnetic Insertion Flowmeter
Electromagnetic insertion flowmeter in three different sizes(small, medium and large) suitable to use in pipe size from DN 50 to 2600.
Delivering highly accurate bi-directional measurement for water distribution and raw water pipelines, it is robust and it has no moving parts, this allows to be reliable and suitable to measure a wide range of flows.
It can be used as a portable or a dedicated / permanent instrument; with its “hop tapping” application it is very easy and quick to install with no need to stop the flow under full working pressure conditions. It is an alternative solution to full bore metering and with its compact size allows installation on small pipes, providing water monitoring in applications considered impossible.

  • Applications

    Applications:

    • Water network management
    • Leakage control
    • District metering
    • Flow surveys
    • Flow profling
    • Checking on-site flowmeters
    • Data capture reporting and analysis
    Installation:
    • Compact with converter
    • Compact Vertical
    • Separate (remote) with cables supply from factory (up to
    30mt for battery powered, 100mt for mains
    powered version)

    Reference standards
    Electromagnetic flowmeters are marked CE
    and are manufactured according to the following
    standards:
    • 2014/35/EU - EN 61010-1:2013 (LVD)
    • 2014/30/EU - EN 61326-1:2013 (EMC)
    • 2014/34/UE - IEC 60079 - 0, IEC 60079 - 18
    (ATEX - IECEx) Separate version
    Temperature of liquid:
    • 80° compact and separate version
    Advantages:
    • No moving parts
    • No pressure loss
    • Long lasting stability and precision
    • No flter needed, zero maintenance
    • Extremely sturdy structure
    • Internal parts protected by a bi-component
    resin in order to increase protection from
    external agents
    • Bi-directional measure

    Applications