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Largest ever Coriolis mass flowmeter from Yokogawa

Posted: Monday 25th February 2008

The new ROTAMASS XR is the largest Coriolis mass flowmeter to be developed by Yokogawa, with a capability of handling a maximum flow rate of 600 t/h.

Designed specifically to address the requirements of the oil & gas and petrochemical industries, the ROTAMASS XR also offers state-of-the-art accuracy level - 0.1% of measured value for liquids and 0.5% of measured value for gases - as well as excellent zero and long-term stability.

Featuring the unique 'box in box' design with dual balanced metering tubes, the ROTAMASS XR is based on a self-draining design and can carry out bi-directional measurements on mass flow, density and temperature as well as deriving the values of concentration, volume flow and net flow. In common with the rest of the ROTAMASS 3 series, the new ROTAMASS XR offers a temperature measurement accuracy of 0.5C, which is unique in the market.

The ROTAMASS XR will operate over a temperature range of -200C to +230C, and is suitable for use in high solid content slurry applications when used with the new high-power option. Built-in self-diagnostic capabilities including slug flow detection and compensation as well as corrosion detection are standard features.

The new ROTAMASS XR exhibits a high degree of immunity to 2-phase flow effects, and with the new high-power option can handle a higher level of entrained gas than other units currently on the market.

In addition to digital communication via HART or FOUNDATION Fieldbus(tm); ATEX, IECEx and FM approval options are available for use in hazardous environments.

With the multi-flange concept offering process connections up to 8-inch ASME class 300 and DN200 PN40 as standard, the ROTAMASS XR is suitable for the most demanding applications

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