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KROHNE introduces the new OPTISYS TUR 1060 optical turbidity measuring system: The main application areas are quality monitoring or filter monitoring in drinking water, or in cooling water circuits or demineralization processes.
KROHNE introduces OPTISENS TSS 2000: the new total suspended solids (TSS) sensor is a robust, cost-effective immersion sensor for process and quality control in industrial and municipal wastewater applications.
For process and utility applications, energy and custody transfer (CT) measurements. 3-path ultrasonic inline flowmeters designed for a wide range of standard or more demanding process applications with homogeneous, non-viscous aqueous liquids as well as viscous fluids of up to over 1000 cSt.
PipePatrol is a leading edge system for pipeline leak detection and localisation in pipelines. It is the most sensitive internal leak detection system (LDS) available, providing accurate leak information for a high degree of safety.
As new Industrial Ethernet communication option, PROFINET I/O is now available for electromagnetic flowmeters with IFC 300 signal converter. This includes all compact and field versions of the OPTIFLUX x300 series (except OPTIFLUX 7000), WATERFLUX 3300 and TIDALFLUX 2300.
Cost-effective Coriolis mass flowmeter for accurate flow measurement of liquids and gases in a variety of demanding low flow and dosing applications
Assemblies, sensors, transmitters and accessories for temperature measurement.
This device is a non-contact Radar (FMCW) Level Meter for distance, level, volume and mass measurement of powders, granulates and other solids. It gives a stabler measurement than pulse radar and is well suited to dusty process conditions.
High-end single straight tube Coriolis mass flowmeter. It is particularly suitable for demanding process and dosing applications involving gases and shear-sensitive or viscous liquids, slurries, very aggressive media or media with a low flow velocity.
The OPTISONIC 7300 Biogas is an ultrasonic flowmeter for low pressure biogas, landfill and sewage gas applications. The flowmeter is ideally suited to measure biogas with a high CO2 content as well as small amounts of other media like H2S, nitrogen, hydrocarbons or condensation water.
For process and utility applications, energy and custody transfer (CT) measurements
Point level detection of liquids and solids.vibration level switch with rigid probe extension. Available in models suitable for solids or liquids and applications such as hygienic and extreme conditions.
The MFC 400 signal converter is now available with PROFINET I/O option. Hereby, all OPTIMASS x400 coriolis mass flowmeters (compact and field versions) can be equipped with Industrial Ethernet communication, complementing the existing HART 7, FOUNDATION Fieldbus, PROFIBUS PA and DP as well as Modbus communication options.
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KROHNE introduces the Entrained Gas Management EGM Feature which is now available for the twin straight tube sensors OPTIMASS 1400 and OPTIMASS 2400, providing no loss of measurement with gas entrainment up to 100%.
With the release of the OPTIBAR series, KROHNE is extending its range of process instrumentation to include pressure measurement.
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Just in time for ACHEMA, KROHNE introduces the new brochure for the chemical industry entitled "Highly concentrated know-how for your process“. The brochure is available in German and English, in printed form or in PDF.
New Assembly and Calibration facility opens for coriolis mass meter production in Peabody, MA
For the improvement of the efficiency of the Japanese nuclear power plants the National Metrology Institute of Japan (NMIJ) has put the world's most accurate research and test facility into operation for the measurement of ultra-large flows.
KROHNE announced it will manufacture a line of high-performance flowmeters for Honeywell. The announcement was made to approximately 1,200 participants at this year's Honeywell Users Group Symposium in Phoenix, Arizona, USA