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Electromagnetic flow meter BATCHFLUX 5500
for waterfor conductive liquidsfor beer

electromagnetic flow meter
electromagnetic flow meter
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Characteristics

Technology
electromagnetic
Fluid
for water, for conductive liquids, for beer
Other characteristics
compact, with ceramic liner, stainless steel, in-line
Applications
sanitary, for the beverage industry, for filling applications

Description

Electromagnetic flowmeter for volumetric filling systems in the beverage industry • High accuracy measurement in process batching, filling and dosing of conductive liquids • With hygienic ceramic tube and sintered electrodes • 3A certified up to DN25 / 1" • Frequency output integrated The BATCHFLUX 5500 is an electromagnetic flowmeter (EMF) for rotary or linear filling machines. It is the most accurate mag meter for filling applications with conductive liquids in the market and has established itself as the standard for volumetric filling units. Due to its unique ceramic measuring tube, the mag meter features the best repeatability and long-term stability. It can also be used in difficult applications like fibrous products, hot filling (up to +140°C / +284°F) and CIP/SIP processes. The BATCHFLUX 5500 is the smallest electromagnetic flowmeter for filling applications in the market with the lowest weight and the lowest power consumption. Filling machine manufacturers benefit from easy and compact integration. The flowmeter is also the only device with gap-free, fused-in-place cermet electrodes to meet maximum hygienic requirements. It is 3A certified and conforms with FDA and EC1935/2004 regulations. For cleaning of outside, the meter is IP69k rated as standard. The EMF is provided as flangeless wafer style version with integrated electronics and frequency output.

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