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Accurate flow measurement in mobile fuel operations

31 March 2009

The Daniel Series 500 Liquid Turbine Flow Meter from Emerson Process Management allows accurate flow measurement in road tanker off-loading and can be used as a check meter at loading points in distribution terminals.

Accurate flow measurement in mobile fuel operations
Accurate flow measurement in mobile fuel operations

The compact, lightweight design of the Series 500 Liquid Turbine Flow Meter is ideal for easy mating to road tankers, using quick connect camlock couplers. It can also be mounted to loading arms to monitor the performance of other meters during loading operations in distribution terminals, and is easily removed when the verification is complete.

High accuracy measurement is achieved by using a bladed rotor that turns at a speed proportional to rate of flow. The rotation of the rotor is sensed by electrical pickoffs mounted on the meter body. The resultant signal is used as an input to the intrinsically safe electronic totaliser, which displays flow rate and total volume. All the electronics are located in the water-tight aluminium housing and are easily accessible from the outside.

The Turbine Meter is offered in DN80 (3-inch) and DN100 (4 -inch) line sizes with extended flow ranges of 246 to 2460 litres/minute and 378.5 to 3785 litres/minute respectively, assuring high flow rates and repeatability under pressure of a full line of liquid.


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