GE Panametrics Sentinel LCT Ultrasonic Flow Meter
Advanced ultrasonic flow meter designed specifically for liquid custody transfers
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- Part number SENTINAL-LCT
- Manufactured by GE Panametrics
- Size: 4 to 24 inches
- Flow Rate: 66 to 44,000 GPM
- Accuracy: greater than 0.15%
- Designed specifically for custody transfer measurements
- Viscosity independent
- Full bore design, zero pressure drop
- Optional built-in flow computer
- Robust Path Configuration
The GE Panametrics Sentinel LCT is an advanced ultrasonic flow meter designed specifically for liquid custody transfers. The Sentinel LTC is available in pipe sizes ranging from 4 to 24 inches and features unmatched levels of performance combining an accuracy greater than 0.15% with absolute reliability.
With fully welded construction and no moving parts or gaskets, the Sentinel LTC will not suffer from any mechanical wear or tear or other changes that will effect reliability or accuracy. The Sentinel LTC is also a true multi-viscosity meter with no prover runs or change of settings required when the viscosity changes. The meter stays within 0.15% accuracy over the whole range between minimum and maximum viscosity. Due to the unique ultrasonic path configuration, the flow meter design does not have any diameter reductions making it a true full bore meter with zero pressure drop.
The Sentinel LCT has advanced digital signal processors that pack significant power in a simple package. Several output options are standard. The electronics can be mounted on the flowcell section or up to 50 feet away. Cable connections can easily be accessed, even when the meter has been mounted to a wall. HART communication is standard on all meters. Local diagnostics can be done via magnetic contacts through the glass, or by using the USB connection and PanaView™ software.
The GE Panametrics Sentinel LCT has an optional built-in flow computer that allows for temperature, pressure and density corrections. By connecting an external pressure, temperature and, if required, density measurement, all API corrections are done inside the electronics, reducing the need for an external flow computer.
- Custody transfer measurement
- Allocation measurement
- Pipeline leak detection
- Crude oil and refined products