Kobold DMH Series Inductive Flow Meter
Rough ambient conditions, measures flow rate of electrically conductive materials
Mo-Th 8am to 5:30pm. Fr 8am to 5pm ET
- Can be used in rough ambient conditions
- Accuracy ±0.3% of reading
- Lining: hard rubber, soft rubber, PTFE, Wagunit
- Pressure max: PN40
- HART® communication
- IP67 protection
- Stainless steel, hastelloy, tantalum or platinum electrodes
- Variety of process connections and linings
The KOBOLD DMH Inductive Flow Meter is used to measure and monitor the volume ﬂow rate of ﬂuids, pulps, pastes and other electrically conductive materials, without loss of pressure.
When an electrically conductive medium passes through a directional magnetic ﬁeld, a voltage is induced in accordance with Faraday's Law of Induction. The size of this measurement voltage is proportional to the mean rate of ﬂow and consequently also to the volume ﬂow rate.
A ﬂowmeter consists of a sensor that picks up the measuring signal generated from the induced voltage, and a transducer that converts this signal into a standardised output signal (4-20 mA or pulses). The measurement transducer can be afﬁxed to the sensor or mounted separately.
Pressure, temperature, density and viscosity do not affect the volume measurement. Solid fractions and gas bubbles should be avoided.
- Acids, alkalis
- Drinking water, waste water
- Beer, wine, milk, mineral water
- Spirits, molasses, fruit juice
- Soft cheese
This product can be used in the following applications: