Ultrasonic Flowmeter Flowmasonic WUF100
The WUF-100-IC ultrasonic flow meter is Flowmasonic’s product which designed to measure the fluid velocity of liquid within a closed conduit. The transducers are contacting liquid, spool pieces type, which will provide benefits of easy installation and connection flange to flange.
The WUF-100-IC transit time flow meter utilizes 1 unit transducers that function as both ultrasonic transmitters and receivers. The transducers are spool piece of a closed pipe at flange or thread connection.
The transducers can be mounted in a vertical and horizontal installation that connection to the pipe used flange or tread depend on the size of transducer. where the sound transverses the pipe twice, or W-method where the sound transverses the pipe four times, or in Z-method where the transducers are mounted on opposite sides of the pipe and the sound crosses the pipe once.
This selection of the mounting method depends on pipe and liquid characteristics. The flow meter operates by alternately transmitting and receiving a frequency modulated burst of sound energy between the two transducers and measuring the transit time that it takes for sound to travel between the two transducers.
◆ Linearity: 0.5%, Repeatability: 0.2%, Accuracy: ±1%
◆ Easy to operate.
◆Several type transducers for selection, measuring pipe size is from DN 15 mm to DN 6000 mm
◆ Adopt low voltage, multi-pulse technology to improve accuracy, useful life, and reliability.
◆Powerful Recording Function, record the totalizer data of the last 64 days/64 monthes/5 years.
The flow meter can be applied to a wide range of pipe flow measurements. Applicable liquids include pure liquids as well as liquid with a small number of tiny particles
★Water (hot water, chilled water, city water, seawater, wastewater, etc.);
★ Sewage with small particle content;
★ Oil (crude oil, lubricating oil, diesel oil, fuel oil, etc.);
★ Chemicals (alcohol, acids, etc.);
★ Plant effluent;
★ Beverage, liquid food;
★ Ultra-pure liquids;
★ Solvents and other liquids