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Simple, convenient flow measurement

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TWO new devices from Jumo – exclusive to ASSTech – provide simple and convenient magnetic-inductive flow measurement for a variety of media and processors.

The Jumo flow-TRANS MAG S10 is designed for industrial standard applications in nominal widths from DN 3 to DN 2000 and the flowTRANS MAG H10 for hygienic applications in nominal widths from DN 3 to DN 100.

Both devices can be used in liquid, conductive media with different properties such as viscosity, concentration, and density.

The universal transmitter electronics for various voltage supplies are new. Uncomplicated cabling enables a simple and fast startup. Diagnostic messages can be displayed in plain text on the illuminated LCD display which can be replaced if necessary.

For both versions, the conductivity of the measurement medium must be at least 20 µS/cm. The maximum temperature is as high as 130°C, depending on the version. Both flowmeters are available either as a compact device or with a separate transmitter.

With the availability of a wide selection of lining materials, nominal widths and measuring electrode materials, Jumo flowTRANS MAG devices can be used in the CIP/SIP field, as well as in corrosive and abrasive media or even slurries.

“In any application, the flowmeters will make an impression with their high degree of measuring accuracy and short response times,” the company said in a statement.

“As the sensors have no moving parts they are less likely to wear compared to other measuring principles and therefore require less maintenance.”

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