Press Release Summary:
Model DM01D Magnetic Inductive Flow Transmitter is designed for applications of 100 ml/min to 200 l/min. Meter measures change in voltage that occurs in electrically conductive fluid as it passes through magnetic field, thus eliminating moving parts and maintenance. Unit has stainless steel and Delrin wetted parts, and comes in 5 flow ranges. It operate in pressures up to 6 bar and handles media ranging from -10 to 40 deg C.
Original Press Release:
New Flow Meter Designed Specifically for Low Flow Rate Applications
Hudson, MA-Clark is pleased to introduce their new Model DM01D Magnetic Inductive Flow Transmitter. Designed specifically for flow rate applications of 100 ml/min to 200 l/min and tight
mounting conditions Model DM01D Flow Transmitters are very compact and require no maintenance.
Model DM01D Magnetic Inductive Flow Transmitters utilize Faraday's Law of Induction, operating by measuring the change in voltage that occurs in electrically conductive fluid at it
passes through a magnetic field. This design approach eliminates moving parts and the need for any maintenance. This design also means that particles in the fluid being measured, its viscosity,
or the presence of pollutants do not impact measurement accuracy.
Model DM01D Flow Transmitters feature wetted parts of stainless steel and Delrin, are able to operate in pressures up to 6 bar, and can handle media with temperatures between -10 and 40 deg C.
Available with dimensions as small as 84.5 x 123 mm, Model DM01D Magnetic Inductive Flow Transmitters are available in five different flow ranges and three different NPT connection sizes.
For more information contact Clark Solutions, 10 Brent Drive, Hudson, MA 01749, Tel. 978-568-3400, Fax. 978-568-0060, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit our web site at www.clarksol.com.