iMT

Product code: iMT

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iMT

Product Overview

The iMT Metal Tube flowmeter features a high visibility, direct reading scale with options for remote switching or 4 to 20 mA output. It is well suited to high pressure, temperature and harsh environmental conditions.

Key Features & Benefits

  • 90° Linear Scale
  • Easy to Read
  • Repeatable & Stable
  • Liquid & Gas
  • Flanged or screwed connections
  • Range of materials options e.g. PTFE
  • Alternative connections available e.g. hygienic

Typical Applications

  • General Plant Use
  • Gas measurements
  • Liquid measurements
  • Cooling water flow indication
  • Furnace control
  • Compressor monitoring
  • Fuel flow indication
  • Offshore
  • Hygienic

Typical Industries

  • Power plants
  • Paper and pulp industry
  • Chemicals industry
  • Oil and gas industry
  • HVAC
  • Iron, Steel and Metals Industry
  • Marine
  • Food Industry
  • Pharmaceutical Industry
  • Nuclear Industry
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Gas Range 0.1 to 750 m³/h (Air equiv.)
Liquid Range 5 L/h to 25 m³/h (Water equiv.)
Turndown typically 10:1
Alarms (Optional) Single or Dual NAMUR Type (ATEX II 2G)
Transmitter (Optional) 2-wire, 4 to 20 mA (EEx ia IIC T6) (ATEX II 2GD T70°C)
Accuracy ± 2% FSD
Temperature -30°C to 65°C Ambient, -40°C to 200°C Fluid
Pressure 100 bar max. (or Flange rating)
Flanged DIN PN16 or ANSI 150lb, Raised Faced
Screwed BSP Parallel Female (½" to 2")
Sizes DN15 to DN80 (½" to 3")
Materials (Standard) 316 Stainless Steel

Other Accessories Available

  • Transmitter Dongle & Software

    Part number: Transmitter Dongle & Software

    Part summary: Part summary: The Transmitter Dongle & Software allow calibration and set up of our Reflux and iMT Flow Transmitters. With the RS232 interface module and Windows application, the transmitters can be set up and customised to suit most applications in the field. Programmable variables includes:

    • No Direct Contact
    • Easily configured to any application
    • Identifies critical changes
    • Input / Output linearisation
    • Electronic smoothing of output