Electromagnetic flow meter Proline Promag 10W
for waterfor liquidsflange

electromagnetic flow meter
electromagnetic flow meter
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Characteristics

Technology
electromagnetic
Fluid
for liquids, for water
Installation
flange
Protection level
IP68
Other characteristics
digital, compact, with display, custom, combined
Process pressure

Min.: 6 bar (87.02 psi)

Max.: 40 bar (580.15 psi)

Process temperature

Min.: -20 °C (-4 °F)

Max.: 80 °C (176 °F)

Volumetric flow rate

Min.: 0 m³/h (0 ft³/h)

Max.: 110,000 m³/h (3,884,613.3 ft³/h)

Precision

0.5 %, 2 %

Description

Thanks to its international approvals (e.g. for drinking water), Promag W serves a wide variety of applications. Combined with the Promag 10 transmitter for basic applications and direct integration, Promag 10W offers accurate measurement of liquids for a wide range of applications. It will be the preferred solution for customers aiming for minimized cost of ownership. Promag 10W is available as compact or remote version. The bidirectional measuring principle is virtually independent of pressure, density, temperature and viscosity Suitable for elementary measurement tasks such as raw water intake Device properties International drinking water approvals Degree of protection IP68 (Type 6P enclosure) 2-line display with push buttons Device as compact or remote version HART Benefits Flexible engineering – sensor with fixed or lap-joint process connections Reliable measurement – accurate measured values even with 0 x DN inlet run Improved plant availability – sensor compliant with industry-specific requirements Cost-effective – designed for easy applications and direct integration Safe operation – display provides easy readable process information Fully industry compliant – IEC/EN/NAMUR

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