TME - General Purpose Coriolis Mass Flowmeter

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Product Specifications
Mass Flow Measuring Ranges2.2...22 Lb/Min to 220...2200 Lb/Min
Accuracy (Liquids) ± 0.15% of Actual ± ZP-stability (for Mass Flow)
Accuracy (Gases) ± 0.5% of Actual ± ZP-stability (for Mass Flow)
Fittings ANSI CL 150/300 Flange, Others upon Request
Max. PressurePer ANSI CL 150/300
Max. Operating TemperatureUp to 356 °F (Depending on Model)
Product Features
316L Stainless Steel Measuring Tubes with Rugged Cast Iron Housing
Mass Flow Measurement of Liquids and Gases
Line Sizes from ½" to 3 Inches
Highly Immune to Piping Induced Measuring Errors Caused by Vibration
Mass Flow, Density, Temperature and Volume Flow Measurements
HART®, Profibus-PA®, Modbus RTU® and Fieldbus® Available

The Heinrichs TME Series general purpose Coriolis mass flowmeter from KOBOLD Instruments is a very accurate, rugged design built for general purpose mass flow measurements of liquids and gases in most chemical, petrochemical, oil and gas applications. Mass flow, density and temperature are simultaneously measured, and volumetric flow is computed from these parameters. The flowmeter’s wetted materials (flanges and measuring tubes) are available in 316L stainless steel. The measuring tubes and sensors are protected by a very rugged cast iron housing. The TME has no moving parts to wear and employs a highly effective measuring tube de-coupling system that virtually eliminates errors caused by piping-induced vibrations and stresses. This enables the flowmeter to provide very accurate mass flow measurement in the most demanding applications. The TME Series is the clear choice if you need a mass flowmeter that will provide years of reliable, worry-free operation.

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