The ultrasonic flow meter for Offshore and Mining applications
The FLUXUS F801 flow meter for liquids is FLEXIM's solution for explosion hazardous environments and offshore locations (being ATEX (IECEx) approved for usage in zones 1 and 2).
Its flameproof field-enclosure is made entirely of stainless steel, and thus the flow meter is permanently sea spray and seawater-proof and can easily be operated by a magnet pen without having to open the housing.
The FLUXUS F801 flow meter allows for an inherently bi-directional flow measurement of volume and mass flow rates of nearly any liquid media - ranging from crude oil to refined products - and can be equipped with various outputs to be used for a sophisticated process control. The meter's ultrasonic transducers are mounted on the outside of the pipe wall, enclosed in a rugged stainless steel PERMALOK mounting fixture, the system does not suffer from wear, tear or clogging and is risk-free for leaks.
Owing to it's matched and paired transducers as well as the internal temperature compensation (compliant to ANSI/ASME regulations), the measurement system is drift free and zero stable. Moreover, as the transducers calibration data is automatically loaded by connecting the transducer to the transmitter, set-up times are significantly reduced. Leveraging its exceptional dual-uP technology, the high number of measuring cycles per second and the adaptive signal processing, the FLUXUS F801 flow meter produces stable and reliable measuring results even under difficult conditions.
The F801 flow meter can be used on pipe diameters ranging from 1/4 inch up to 500 inches (no limitations on pipe wall thickness or material) and media temperatures from -330 °F up to +1100 °F (by means of the high temperature mounting fixture).
With up to two measurement channels, the FLUXUS F801 flow meter can also solve challenging measurement problems with non-ideal flow profiles. Even liquid streams with a high content of solids or gas bubbles can be metered due to the innovative HybridTrek mode offered by thus transmitter.