Engineered for Extremes

Engineered for Extremes

FLEXIM's PERMALOK and WAVEINJECTOR mounting fixtures ensure permanent fixation to the pipe wall and thus operationally safe and stable measurements. Even under conditions with large temperature deviations (from -310 °F up to 1100 °F and beyond), vibrating pipes as well as in corrosive offshore environments, they ensure a continuous and stable mounting of the transducers to the pipe.

PERMALOK - optimal protection even under the toughest conditions

FLEXIM's PERMALOK transducer mounting fixtures are made of stainless steel and are thus resistant to mechanical stress and strain as well as corrosion. The transducer distance is easily and exactly set and, by use of permanent coupling pads, maintenance requirements are reduced to a minimum.

Manufactured from corrosion resistant stainless steel (SS316), the rugged PERMALOK mounting fixtures are engineered to provide optimal protection of the transducers even in the most demanding applications - including hazardous industrial environments, offshore Oil & Gas rigs and even buried underground. 

The WaveInjector - allows permanent, reliable and accurate flow measurements at process temperatures from -310 °F up to 1100 °F and beyond.

The WaveInjector is the ideal flow metering solution for many extreme temperature applications in the Chemical, Petrochemical and related industries as well as in the Oil and Gas sector. It is used by the biggest names in these industries.

FLEXIM’s WaveInjector can be used on extremely hot pipes up to +1100 °F as well as on very cold pipes, at temperatures as low as -310 °F. Since the ultrasonic transducers are thermally separated from the pipe, their operating environmnent is kept within their standard operating temperature range.

The highest temperatures are reached at applications in Refineries or Solar Power Plants, cryogenic temperatures are encountered at LNG facilities.

For installation of the WaveInjector, there are no upfront requirements and no process shut-down is necessary.  Also, maintenance efforts are nearly non-existent.