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  • New electromagnetic flowmeters, even with small nominal diameters, provide precise readings ​​in a minimal space

New electromagnetic flowmeters, even with small nominal diameters, provide precise readings ​​in a minimal space

Jan 13 2020 Read 499 Times

In sectors, such as water treatment: If conductive media such as cooling water is added to a process, magnetic-inductive flow meters are usually installed for monitoring purposes, particularly in the context of dosing where the measuring flow meters must perform within precise response times. These meters need to be easy to configure, otherwise incorrect dosing or insufficient repeatability will occur. Although there are already many accurate devices for small and medium flow rates in the market place, they are often limited in functionality or lack flexibility at the instalation stage. KOBOLD Messring GmbH provides these features as standard with its flow meter duo, MIM and MIS. Due to the extensive options for on-site programming, they are suitable for cross-industry use, particularly for dosing applications. Configurable optical buttons can be used to display parameters such as flow rates or temperatures.  A changing colour system in the display also warns of limit violations. Since the MIM model is the first variant produced in a remote version, in which the display and electronics are not integrated in the sensor unit, the flow meter can also be used for media temperatures up to +140 ° C.

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