Monday 12 July 2010

Coriolis range expanded

Micro Motion® loop-powered Model 2200S transmitter is now available with the compact, drainable F-Series Coriolis flowmeters
Emerson Process Management has expanded the range of applications for its proven 2-Wire Micro Motion Coriolis mass flowmeters. The addition of the compact and drainable Micro Motion® F-Series sensors mean 2-wire technology can be applied to an even broader range of installations.

Their 2-Wire Coriolis technology has been field proven in a range of industry applications around the world. The addition of the F-Series range expands the line of Micro Motion ELITE flowmeters for 2-wire applications to line sizes from 1/10” (DN2) to 6” (DN150), with flow ranges of 0.075 lb/min (2 kg/h) to 20,000 lb/min (545,500 kg/h).

The 2-Wire 2200S transmitter used with their ELITE and F-Series Coriolis sensors delivers full measurement performance, without the constraints of temperature or viscosity limits. Ideal for continuous process applications, the 2200S transmitter is suitable for integral or extended mount and ideal for long wiring runs and applications in hazardous areas. There is the option of a stainless steel housing for use in harsh environments.

The transmitter is intrinsically safe, is suitable for a range of process conditions and has C1D1, ATEX and Zone1 hazardous area approvals. Equipped with MVD™ digital processing technology, the Micro Motion 2200S transmitter delivers multivariable and diagnostic information via HART® or IEC-approved WirelessHART® communications for reduced costs through improved process consistency and maximised uptime.

Micro Motion Coriolis meters are part of Emerson's broad range of intelligent, digital field devices that power the PlantWeb™ digital plant architecture. Further cost savings, increased plant availability, and enhanced safety and environmental compliance are achieved when the meters are integrated into PlantWeb.

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