Liquid


Minisonic-600

No longer available. The unit has been replaced with the upgraded Minisonic. Product page here Minisonic

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Minisonic-2000

No longer available. The unit has been replaced with the upgraded Minisonic. Product page here Minisonic

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Clamp on Ultrasonic Flow Meter, Single to Quad Chord/Pipe, UF821

The UF821 is the newest fixed clamp-on Flow Meter from UltrafluxIt is a versatile converter, It can be used with Clamp-on or Insertion probes, is suitable for Gases or Liquids. Full pipe or Part Full and can handle up to 4 cords on a single pipe or a single cord on 4 pipes. It has an internal logger, Display and USB port. You can also connect PT100's for Calorimeter Calculations.

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Clamp on Ultrasonic Flow Meter for liquids, Offshore, EXD, UF841

The EXD UF841 is the newest fixed clamp-on Flow Meter from Ultraflux. It has been designed for the Offshore Oil and Gas industry. It is a versatile converter that can be used with Clamp-on or Insertion probes. It is suitable for Gases or Liquids. It can be a full pipe up to 4 chords on a single pipe or up to 4 different pipes. It has an internal logger, Display and Optional Outputs. It can also connect PT100's for Calorimeter Calculations if needed. 

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Pitot tube system for live Insertion/removal DF25QL

The Systec DF25QL is a hot tap insertion Averaging Pitot Tube that can be easily installed into your existing pipework. The Systec DF25QL can be installed into a live pipe via an existing flange connection. The DF25QL generates a far lower line restriction compared to many other Differential Pressure methods. Perfect for Steam Flows, Stack Emissions, Boiler Feed Water, ultra-pure Water where your flow cannot be stopped.

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IFQ Monitor for the Raven-Eye Phoenix and Beluga

The IFQ Monitor is an easy to use and configure, converter and display (and optional logger) unit for the Raven Eye flow sensors. The IFQ Monitor connects to the Raven Eye flow sensor via RS485 and to an external level sensor (normally the ULS-02) via a 4-20mA. The IFQ Monitor has three 4-20mA outputs Flow, Level and Velocity all of which can easily configured via the keypad.

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Open Channel Flow Meter, Doppler, Wetted, Beluga

Open Channel Ultrasonic Digital Doppler Flow Sensor

The Beluga is the newest ultrasonic Doppler area/velocity flow meter sensor for open channel flow measurements

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Portable Clamp on Flow Meter with Datalogger, MinisonicIIP

The MinisonicII Portable is a handheld, battery-powered, clamp-on flowmeter with an internal flow logger. It has a high contrast LED display, long-life battery. With a range of sensor that are suitable for pipes from 10mmOD to 10meters. It is an idea test piece if you have pipes you need to know the flow in quicky and easily.
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Electromagnetic Flow Meter, MAG5100w, HIRE

Flowline Offer the Siemens Mag5100w Inline Mag meter for hire.
The Mag5100w is an inline Mag meter that we stock for pipes from 1"<8". The meter would be supplied complete with a Flow converter and a break out box for ease of wiring, simply connect your power supply and any logger you may already have or that we can also provide this for you.
  • Can be shipped pre-programmed (flow and total units, outputs etc.)
  • Clear bore, no flow obstructions
  • Next day delivery often available
  • Price includes shipping to your UK mainland address, you must return the unit to us.
  • Nuts and Bolts NOT provided 
Prices from £145+Vat per week - card payments accepted

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Oil on Water Detector, Non-Contact, EXD, ROW

Remote Optical Watcher - ROW Exd is an autonomous non-contact sensor that detects oil on water in real-time. It uses oil’s natural fluorescence to detect anything from marine diesel, vegetable oil to jet fuel and alerts you immediately. Enclosure Certified ATEX Zone 1

                                                                            

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