magnetic-inductive flow meter / for liquids / for conductive liquids / stainless steel
FIS

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Characteristics

  • Technology:

    magnetic-inductive

  • Fluid:

    for liquids, for conductive liquids

  • Other characteristics:

    stainless steel

  • Process pressure:

    Max.: 25 bar (362.59 psi)

    Min.: 0 bar (0 psi)

  • Process temperature:

    Max.: 150 °C (302 °F)

    Min.: -25 °C (-13 °F)

Description

Measurement of flow in conductive fluids
●A measurement probe for a wide range of piping diameters
●High quality materials
●No moving parts
●Change the sensor without loss of media
Characteristics
The FIS magnetic-inductive flow probes are built into the piping by
means of the supplied welded-on sleeves (DN 50..DN 400) or by
means of the plastic fixing clip (DN 50..DN 150) .
The complete measurement probe is removable without creating an
opening to the medium, and so if a fault occurs, only the electronic
part is replaced.
When an electric conductor moves at right angles to the magnetic
field, the movement induces a voltage U in the conductor. With this
measurement principle, the electrically conductive medium is the
conductor. The magnetic field B is transverse to the direction of
flow. The induced voltage U is directly proportional to the local flow
speed v.