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Series IEFS Insertion Electromagnetic Flow Sensor
Series IEFS Insertion Electromagnetic Flow Sensor
Series IEFS Insertion Electromagnetic Flow Sensor
Series IEFS Insertion Electromagnetic Flow Sensor
Series IEFS Insertion Electromagnetic Flow Sensor
Series IEFS Insertion Electromagnetic Flow Sensor
Series IEFS Insertion Electromagnetic Flow Sensor
Series IEFS Insertion Electromagnetic Flow Sensor
Series IEFS Insertion Electromagnetic Flow Sensor
Series IEFS Insertion Electromagnetic Flow Sensor
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Series IEFS Insertion Electromagnetic Flow Sensor

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  • 0.2 to 21.0 fps Electronics can be direct-mounted
  • To insure laminar flow Vary significantly based on meter type and obstructions pumps, valves, etc. This is more of an issue with insertion type meters than with full-bore meters
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    • 1. The materials included in this compilation are for the use of Dwyer Instruments, Inc. potential customers andcurrent employees as a resource only. They may not be reproduced, published, or transmitted electronically forcommercial purposes. Furthermore, the Company’s name, likeness, product names, and logos, included withinthese compilations may not be used without specific, written prior permission from Dwyer Instruments, Inc.©Copyright 2013 Dwyer Instruments, Inc
    • 2. INTRODUCTIONINTRODUCTIONINTRODUCINGInsertion FlowmeterSeries IEFSAdjustable InsertionElectromagneticFlowmeter with Hot-Tap Option
    • 3. PRINCIPLE OF OPERATIONPRINCIPLE OF OPERATIONFLOWAn InsertionElectromagneticFlowmeter createsa magnetic field thatgeneratescurrent as fluid passesthrough it.The currentincreases withthe flow and sensorsdeterminethe flow based onthat current.How it Works
    • 4. Insertion Meter Benefits Can be maintained in pressurized lines Cover a wide range of pipe sizes/types Variety of installation methodsElectromagnetic Meter Benefits Tolerate wide range ofwater quality Cannot be damaged by suddenstart-up flow/airIEFS BENEFITSIEFS BENEFITS
    • 5. Series IEFS Works with Electromagnetic technology Adjustable depthHot-Tap Option 3” to 10” pipe diameter 10” to 72” pipe diameter 316 stainless &brass options 1.0% F.S AccuracyIEFS INSERTION FLOWMETERIEFS INSERTION FLOWMETER
    • 6. Remember:Follow the Instruction ManualPlace sensor in laminar flowat the correct depthKnow the minimumstraight pipe requirements(up/down)INSERTION FLOWMETERINSERTION FLOWMETER
    • 7. Markets Potable, turbid, filtered water, or waste (no rawsewage)Industrial water & waste handlingMunicipal water & waste handlingTurf, agricultureApplications Hotels, golf courses, pump stations, water parks,poultry processing Hot-Tap option for pressurized applicationsINSERTION FLOWMETERINSERTION FLOWMETER
    • 8. Gravity-fed Waste Pumping FacilityINSERTION SENSOR APPLICATIONINSERTION SENSOR APPLICATION
    • 9. Water Park Pump & TreatmentINSERTION SENSOR APPLICATIONINSERTION SENSOR APPLICATION
    • 10. THANK YOU!THANK YOU!

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