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2060 Steel Body Electromagnetic Flow Meter

The 2060 steel-bodied flow detectors offer the strength and durability of steel with a choice of chemical or abrasive resistant liners.

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FEATURES:

  • Uses the well proven electromagnetic method of measurement
  • Typical flow accuracy better than ±0.5% of indicated flow rate
  • No moving parts
  • Wide operating range
  • No obstruction to the flow
  • Negligible pressure loss
  • Liners to suit chemical and abrasive applications
  • Variety of flange types available
  • Robust construction
  • Submersible to 10 metres of water
  • Suitable for buried service
  • Minimal straight pipe installation requirements
  • Remotely mounted electronics

BENEFITS

  • Pipe-Not-Full detection
  • Electrical Conductivity checking
  • Available with standard and aggressive service electrodes
  • Pressure limited by flange rating
  • Long term reliability
  • Temperature specifications dependent upon liner selection

Accuracy: Refer to chosen transmitter user manual (I500, M500, I300, M300)

Velocity Range: 0.01 to 10.0 metres per second

Pressure Effects: Negligible

Power supply variations: negligible effect on meter accuracy provided the supply voltage is within the rated range for the electronics

Lining: Hard ebonite rubber, Basalt, Neoprene, Linatex, Polyurethane. Specials available on request.

Metering tube material: 304 stainless steel

Sizes: 50,80,100,150,200,225,250,300,350,375,400,450,500,600,700,800,900,1000mm.

Larger sizes may be available on request.

Process Flange: Wide range available.

Earthing: Earthing electrodes, Earthing discs dependent on application.

Pressure limits: limited by flange rating.

Housing: all steel welded case with two part epoxy coating.

 

Note:     Detailed site installation and wiring instructions are located within the I500 Electromagnetic Flowmeter and M500 Electromagnetic Flowmeter installation and  operations manuals

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