SICK's unique FLOWSIC100 flowmeter is used in emissions control systems in the chemical and petrochemical industries.
Flow meter for continuous monitoring of air emissions.
The FLOWSIC100 series was designed to measure air emissions. Versions H are designed for use in pipes with a large diameter and a high degree of dust, versions M are optimal for pipes of medium diameters. In the PR probe version, both ultrasonic transceivers are mounted on one transceiver unit (measuring probe) creating a fixed measuring section. The AC versions are equipped with innovative internal cooling for use at gas temperatures up to 450 ° C. Px purge versions are used for gases with a high content of sticky or wet dust.
Durable titanium transceiver ensures long life
Corrosion resistant material for use in aggressive gases (option)
Full bore pipe diameter measurement in versions H, M and S
Probe version PR for economical one-way pipe installation
Automatic performance check by reference points (including zero control)
Family FLOWSIC100 Process
Reliable and accurate measurement of volume flow in processes
Corrosion resistant stainless steel or titanium transducer.
Technological pressure up to 16 bar.
Explosion-proof design available for use in Zone 2 (ATEX).
Sealed ultrasonic transducer.
Measurement with almost no pressure drop and no effect on the process.
Automatic functional control with testing at zero and base points
Ultrasonic Gas Flow Meters FLOWSIC100 Flare
Reliable gas flow measurement in flare gas installations.
Reliable process control thanks to accurate measurement near the zero point
High degree of measurement availability even during emergency shutdown, maximum gas speed - up to 120 m / s
Solution for measuring flare gas and steam injection
Cost savings due to the fact that the control unit is located separately in a safe area
System solution for controlling three different measuring points from one common control unit
Cost savings through one-way installation with the FLOWSIC100 EX-PR probe version
Ensuring optimal device performance through continuous functional monitoring and advanced field diagnostics