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High Temperature Ultrasonic Flow Meter

Published: Tuesday, March 26, 2013
Last Updated: Tuesday, March 26, 2013
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New Atrato ultrasonic flowmeter from Titan Enterprises.

Titan Enterprises has announced a new high temperature version of its low cost Atrato ultrasonic flowmeter.

Capable of operating up to 110°C, the new Atrato is purpose designed for applications involving high temperature cooling water and oils.

The Atrato from Titan Enterprise is true inline non-invasive flow meter without the contorted flow path and disadvantages of alternative ultrasonic designs.

It can handle flows from laminar to turbulent and is therefore largely immune from viscosity. It also offers excellent turndown, linearity and repeatability.

Atrato flowmeters use patented 'time-of-flight' ultrasonic technology that enables them to operate over very wide flow ranges (250:1) with excellent accuracy (better than ±1.5%) over the whole span.

Ruggedly constructed with PEEK pipe connections and either a glass or 317 Stainless Steel flow tube the compact Atrato is compliant to IP54 standards.

Its clean bore construction makes it ideal for a wide range of flow applications.

Titan's proprietary signal processing system permits flow measurement over the whole Reynolds number range allowing both viscous and non-viscous products to be metered accurately.

An integral USB interface makes it extremely easy to install and enables users to directly monitor flow volume and rate on an external PC as well as altering operating conditions.


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