Tomography System is used to measure/visualize rapid flows.

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Suited for engineers operating in petrochemical and mining sectors, Model z8000 high speed electrical tomography instrument can capture online data at 1,000 fps to enable measurement of rapid 2-phase flow in any pipe or vessel. Unit can continuously scan across any volume, and provides picture of what is going on inside process. Instrument is suitable for multi-phase systems, such as measurement of flowing oil water systems and hydraulic conveying of slurries.




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New Measurement System for Rapid Flows



A new high speed tomography instrument is available which can be used to measure and visualise rapid flows, like never before.

The z8000 instrument from Industrial Tomography Systems can capture online data at 1000 frames/sec, which enables the measurement of rapid two phase flow in a pipe or vessel. This is particularly useful for engineers operating in the petrochemical and mining sectors, where understanding flow behaviour is crucial.

Electrical tomography provides a greater understanding of rapid flow regimes and possible application areas including slurry transportation and interface detection. Unlike other measurement systems, which are traditionally point-based; Electrical Tomography can continuously scan across a volume and provide a picture of what is going on inside a process.

Industrial Tomography Systems are the leading supplier of electrical tomography instrumentation, sensors and software. The technology is currently used in a wide range of process industries including petrochemicals, mining and the nuclear sectors.

This instrument is addition to our m3000, which can measure multiphase flow through a pipe of vessel.

For more information about the z8000 or any of our other products please contact:

Michael Dunne
Marketing Assistant
t: +44 (0) 161 838 9086 (direct)
t: +44 (0) 161 832 9297 (main office)
f: +44 (0) 161 839 5195
@: michael.dunne@itoms.com

Or please visit: itoms.com/z8000.htm

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