Posts Tagged ‘flow meter’

Endress+Hauser receives the Swiss Technology Award for flowmeter

Friday, November 17th, 2017 von admin

With the Promass Q, Endress+Hauser has won the Swiss Technology Award in the Innovation Leaders category. The Coriolis-based flowmeter, developed especially for applications in the oil & gas and food & beverage industries, was cited for its outstanding measurement accuracy, even in difficult operating conditions. The prize was awarded on Thursday during the Swiss Innovation Forum.

The Swiss Technology Award is considered Switzerland’s most important innovation and technology prize. Endress+Hauser was one of nine finalists out of 60 applicants who were selected to present their product or technological innovation to the main jury. The winners were chosen and recognized in front of more than 1,000 guests from business, science and government during the Swiss Innovation Forum in Basel, Switzerland.

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Sick: ultrasonic flow sensor for challenging environments

Thursday, August 3rd, 2017 von admin

The new non-contact Dosic ultrasonic flow sensor is used to detect the flow volume of conductive and non-conductive liquids. With its measurement channel and stainless-steel housing, the ultrasonic flowmeter is suitable for measuring tasks in hygienic and highly demanding environments.

The rugged and compact model combined with a hygienic design ensures highly reliable measurement results. This makes the sensor ideal for a wide range of application possibilities, including those where space restrictions or aggressive media play a role.

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Jumo: New Magnetic Inductive Flowmeter

Wednesday, November 25th, 2015 von admin

Jumo1Jumo, specialist for temperature and pressure measurement technology as well as for liquid analysis, introduced the magnetic inductive flowmeters Flowtrans Mag S01 and Mag H01.

  • The Mag S01 is available for nominal widths ranging from DN 10 to DN 300.
  • The Mag H01 with nominal widths of DN 3 to DN 100 was especially developed for hygienic applications.

For both versions, the conductivity of the measurement medium must be at least 5 µS/cm; the maximum temperature lies at 130°C, depending on the version. Both flowmeters are available either as a compact device or with a separate transmitter.

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