The ultrasonic flowmeter for demanding applications in the chemical and oil/gas industries
Huge gas reserves continue to be discovered. The demand for natural gas as a source of fuel or energy is likely to continue to grow. Whether natural gas, process gas or gas mixtures, whether offshore or onshore: the new Prosonic Flow G from Endress+Hauser is the ideal flowmeter for demanding applications. The flowmeter combines tried and tested ultrasonic measurement technology with decades of experience in the chemical, oil and gas industries.
Ideal for raw and processed natural gas, coal seam gas, shale gas, process gas, gas mixtures as well as biogas and digester gas.
Robust industrial design for process temperatures up to 150°C (302°F) and pressures up to 100 bar (1450 psi)
Powerful 24-hour process control with pressure- and temperature-compensated values measured in real time
Advanced gas analysis functions for calculation of additional process variables, as well as for input of customer-specific gases and gas mixtures (with up to 8 components)
Condensation-proof sensor for measuring moist or wet gases
High measurement accuracy (±0.5%) and rangeability (>133:1)
Prosonic Flow G reliably measures both dry and wet gases. Combined with the extended functionality of Proline 300/500 transmitters, it opens up new opportunities for process control and monitoring. Prosonic Flow G guarantees precise measured values with unrivalled repeatability, even under varying ambient and process conditions. With its rugged industrial design, the device can be used over a long period without maintenance, saving the user time and money.
Optimal process monitoring with advanced gas analysis
Prosonic Flow G 300/500 can be equipped with additional advanced gas analysis functions, e.g. for special applications or increased process control requirements. Depending on the type of gas selected (pure gas, gas mixture, natural gas, etc.), this function enables the calculation of additional parameters and process variables. Examples include volume flow, corrected volume flow, mass flow, energy flow, calorific value, Wobbe index, molar mass, methane content (%), density or viscosity.
Robust and optimized for industry
Prosonic Flow G offers high robustness. All wetted parts are made of stainless steel and Grade 2 titanium, and comply with NACE MR0175/MR0103. As the entire sensor housing is also made of corrosion-resistant stainless steel, ProsonicFlow G is specially designed for harsh ambient conditions, particularly in the offshore sector. Prosonic Flow G has been developed to comply with IEC 61508 (SIL) and is suitable for safety-related applications.
Heartbeat technology - for maximum operating reliability
Heartbeat technology, another highlight. Integrated into all Proline measuring devices, this verification function enables permanent self-diagnosis with maximum diagnostic coverage (>95 %), as well as metrologically traceable verification during the process. All this reduces complexity and risk in the plant, and increases reliability and availability.
Transmitters for easy system integration
Various transmitters are available for t-mass F and I sensors: Proline 300 (compact version) or Proline 500 (remote version) with up to four inputs and outputs. They enable simultaneous measurement of mass flow and energy flow, flow velocity, gas temperature, density and corrected volume flow. Access to all measurement and diagnostic data is possible at any time, thanks to digital transmission via HART or Modbus RS485, as well as via Wi-Fi or freely combinable inputs and outputs.
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