INSTROTECH is able to offer Kobold’s new electromagnetic flow meter model EPS 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 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 which are electrically isolated. Lining materials such as hard rubber, soft rubber, EPDM, ceramic, PTFE or PFA are available. A wide range of standard and special electrode materials are on offer, including stainless steel, Hastelloy, platinum, titanium and tantalum. The EPS is available for nominal diameter from DN10 … DN1200 and flow velocities up to 10 m/s.
Overview of EPS’s main features:
- High accuracy: 0.3% of actual
- no pressure drop
- numerous lining materials
- numerous electrode materials
- low-cost grounding electrode instead of earthing rings, also available in special materials e.g. Tantalum
The magnetic-inductive flow sensor EPS is used to measure the volume flow of liquids, slurries, pastes and other electrically conductive media without any pressure drop. Pressure, temperature, density and viscosity do not affect the volume measurements. Solid particles and small gas bubbles should be avoided. Contact INSTROTECH for more information on Kobold’s EPS electromagnetic flow meter, for highly accurate flow measurement, on 010 595 1831 or email@example.com