The new compact type MIK magnetic-inductive flowmeters of KOBOLD Messring GmbH from Hofheim have a variety of measuring ranges and are available in an incomparable range of designs. Measuring ranges start at 0.01 l/min and currently end at 700 l/min. Six different measuring tube sizes from G ½ male to G 2 ¾ male are perfect for users with small to larged-sized measuring ranges. This device series combines the largest measuring range spectrum and the most design options with the lowest market price.
Various material combinations are possible for different media in the chemical industry. Flow housings are available in PPS with stainless steel electrodes and PVDF with Hastelloy electrodes. A variety of seals are available in NBR, FPM, or the highly chemically resistant FFKM. Installation is quick and easy thanks to practical material-specific connection possibilities, such as PVC glue-in, stainless steel weld-on or PVC hose connections.
For many applications like the monitoring of additives or cooling agents, totalizing, or batching, the devices which use the magnetic-inductive principle of measurement, are an optimum and cost-effective solution. These compact measuring instruments measure the flow rates of electrically conductive liquids with a high degree of precision and are not influenced by the medium and its material characteristics like density, viscosity, or temperature. Particular advantages include uninterrupted flow of the medium, no moving parts, and installation in any position desired.
Matching electronics are offered for various tasks. This ranges from designs with only switching or analogue output to those with counting and dosing electronics, which offer numerous setting possibilities and outputs. Displays that are easy to read even in poor light ensure on-site information.
The new flowmeter MIM was developed for measuring and monitoring smaller- and medium-sized flow of conductive liquids in pipes.
The device operates according to the electromagnetic measurement principle. According to Faraday’s Law of magnetic induction a voltage is induced in a conductor moving through a magnetic field. The electrically conductive measuring agent acts as the moved conductor. The voltage induced in the measuring agent is proportional to the flow velocity and is therefore a value for the volumetric flow.
The flowing media must have a minimum conductivity. The induced voltage is picked up by two sensing electrodes which are in contact with the measuring agent and sent to the measuring amplifier. The flow rate will be calculated based on the cross sectional area of the pipe. The measurement is not depending on the process liquid and its material properties such as density, viscosity and temperature.
Two given outputs can be set to be switch, analogue or frequnecy. Also a dosing function can be selected, where output 1 is set as switch NPN / PNP / PP and output 2 is set as control input.
0,3 % our standard
HIGHLY ACCURATE – RELIABLE – EASY TO USE
KOBOLD introduces the new electromagnetic flow meter model DMH with a standard accuracy of ± 0.3% of reading stability of zero.
The new developed, microprocessor-controlled converter UMF2 guarantees highest accuracy and is easy to operate via its alphanumeric backlit LCD terminal with 6 keys, plain text response, and plausibility check of your entries.
Empty-pipe detection, coil current monitoring, and plain text error messages guarantee full control over sensor and measuring point at any time. Pulse, status, and current outputs as well as HART® communication are standard features, all of them electrically isolated, of course.
Lining materials such as hard rubber, soft rubber, and PTFE are available, as are Rilsan® and Wagunit®, which are particularly suitable for hygienic areas and water pipes.
As usual, our partner Heinrichs offers a wide range of standard and special electrode materials, including Hastelloy, platinum, and tantalum. To simplify installation, optional grounding electrodes in addition to the grounding flange are available. Cost-conscious customers will appreciate the optional LED status display as an alternative to the alphanumeric LC display
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