Insertion flowmeters include insertion vortex flowmeter, insertion turbine flowmeter, insertion electromagnetic flowmeter, insertion ultrasonic flowmeter, pitot tube, Annubar tube and insertion thermal flowmeter, etc.
Insertion flow meter Overview
Insertion flow meter are used in numerous branches of industry to measure the volume flow of liquids, gases and steam. Applications in the chemicals and petrochemicals industries, for example, in power generation and heat-supply systems involve widely differing fluids: saturated steam, superheated steam, compressed air, nitrogen, liquefied gases, flue gases, carbon dioxide, fully demineralized water, solvents, heat-transfer oils, boiler feedwater, condensate, etc.
Insertion Flowmeter Principle
A fluid flowing with a certain velocity and passing a fixed obstruction generates vortices. The generation of vortices is known as Karman’s Vortices.
Vortex meters are essentially frequency meters, since they measure the frequency of vortices generated by a “bluff body” or”shedder bar”.
Mass & Volumetric flow monitoring of most gases, liquids and steam
Measures four process variables with one process connection:
- Mass flow rate/Volumetric flow rate
Easy to Install, lots of field installation options
Rugged, long-lasting design for the toughest applications
Pipe diameter:4″inch to 100″inch
Pressure rate:≤600 Bar
Operating: -20° to 60°C
Storage: -40° to 65°C
Power supply:24VDC 100mA,3.6V Battery
- User-definable pulse output for totalized flow
Digital communications: RS485, Hart
Hazardous-Area Location Enclosure
- insertion Vortex Flow meter drawing
- insertion turbine Flow meter drawing
- RS485 Protocol
- Hart Protocol