Portable Flow Meters - Clamp-On

Our comprehensive range of portable flow meters are easy to use, utilising advanced ultrasonic clamp-on technology. These devices offer significant advantages over traditional inline meters, such as eliminating the need to drain down systems for installation or maintenance. This non-invasive approach not only simplifies the process but also ensures uninterrupted operation, making it an efficient solution for various industrial applications. The portability and versatility of these instruments make them ideal for temporary measurements and troubleshooting across different locations and systems.

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Portable Flow Meters Overview

Portable flow meters are advanced devices designed to measure the flow of liquids in various systems without the need for invasive installations. They utilise ultrasonic clamp-on technology, which means they can be attached to the outside of pipes, eliminating the need to cut into the system or halt operations. These meters are essential tools in many industries for ensuring accurate flow measurement and efficient system management.

Industry Applications and Use Cases

  1. Building Services: Used for monitoring and optimising heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) systems.
  2. Energy Management: Helps in tracking and managing energy consumption in district heating schemes and other energy distribution systems.
  3. Water & Environmental: Vital in water treatment plants, environmental monitoring, and ensuring compliance with regulations.
  4. Manufacturing and Processing: Used in various manufacturing processes to ensure proper flow rates of liquids, contributing to quality control and efficiency.

Key Benefits

  • Non-Invasive: Easy installation without system shutdowns.
  • Accurate Measurement: Provides precise flow data for effective system management.
  • Versatile: Suitable for a wide range of liquids, including both clean and dirty fluids.

Yes, they are designed to handle a variety of liquids, including water, oils, and chemicals.

They are highly accurate, with most models providing an accuracy of ±1% of the reading.