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Flow

Flow and density measurement of liquid, gas and steam

With a 100-year tradition of excellence and innovation in flow measurement, the Foxboro by Schneider Electric brand of magnetic, vortex and Coriolis technologies and accessories offers a complete breadth of accurate, reliable and worry-free flowmeter solutions.

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        Coriolis Mass Flowmeter

        CFT51 Transmitter CFS10 / CFS20 Flowtube CFS25 Flowtube Foxboro’s Coriolis flow transmitters handle measurements that cause other Coriolis meters to fail. They overcome problems associated with entrained gases, empty tube conditions or flash-prone fluids and fully realize the promise of Coriolis measurement to achieve high accuracy, eliminate downtime, avoid workarounds and keep profits flowing.

        CFT51: Coriolis digital flow transmitter
        CFS10: Single-path flow system available in sizes 1/8” to 2”
        CFS20: Dual-path system available to 3”
        CFS25: In-line design available to 2"
        NOCT60A: Net Oil Coriolis Transmitter with integrated Realflo® computation software
        Custody Transfer Indicators and printers to complete an NTEP certified custody transfer system.

        Benefits

      • Highly accurate mass, density and temperature measurement
      • Unprecedented, precise liquid/gas flow measurement without skips or stalls
      • Fast startup — up to 10 times faster than conventional Coriolis meters
      • Highly accurate batches, starting from empty tube
      • Dual-phase performance, elimination loss due to end-of-batch waste (or "shrink")


      • Applications

      • Power, Chemical, Oil&Gas, Food&Beverage
      • NTEP and Industry Canada certified for custody transfer
      • Fastest response time, ideal for fast batching and filling
      • Start and finish empty tubes conditions for tank loading and unloading
      • Concentration with % solids measurements