New Wafer-Style Electromagnetic Flowmeter Available From ABB
Modular design offers flexibility, cost-saving operation, and reliability while providing a long service life and exceptionally low maintenance.
ABB’s Measurement Products’ business has introduced the advanced ProcessMaster Wafer (flangeless) FEM300 Minimag flowmeter. This electromagnetic flowmeter comes in 1/10" through 4" (DN 3 through DN100) sizes and with a Tefzel liner. Standard electrode choices include Hastelloy C, Tantalum, and Platinum/Iridium.
Using a higher excitation frequency for the transmitter, the Wafer Minimag flowmeter offers especially short response time. The universal transmitter design simplifies spare parts inventory and reduces inventory costs. The transmitter may be integral with the sensor or remotely located.
Advanced data storage within the sensor eliminates the need to match sensor and transmitter in the field. The factory-set parameters can be modified quickly and easily without opening the housing via the user-friendly display and soft-key buttons. The unit rejects invalid entries.
The Minimag easily integrates into ABB asset management systems. Having advanced digital signal processing, the device improves accuracy even under difficult conditions by separating the measurement from the noise. Sophisticated diagnostic functions monitor both its own condition and that of the process. Status messages follow NAMUR standards. The Minimag comes standard with HART communications protocol. Approvals for explosion-proof protection are in accordance with FM, cFM Class I Division 2.
About ABB Measurement Products
ABB’s Measurement Products business unit is a dynamic multicultural team of measurement experts that spans the globe, helping customers succeed and reach their goals. Their vast product portfolio helps customers to improve productivity and lower environmental impact by delivering accurate and reliable measurement solutions that utilize the best technology and services. For more information, visit www.abb.com/measurement
ABB is a leader in power and automation technologies that enable utility and industry customers to improve their performance while lowering environmental impact. The ABB Group of companies operates in around 100 countries and employs about 145,000 people. For more information, visit www.abb.com