The FMQ Magnetic Inductive Flow Meter from Anderson-Negele is ideal for flow rate and volumetric measurement of fluids and pastes for customers from the Food- and Pharmaceutical industries. Meeting the high expectations of these industries with regard to accuracy, life span and cleaning, the FMQ is also low maintenance and is available with all necessary certification.
The precise degree of accuracy at low flow rates permits the FMQ to be used in dosing and filling systems, where the media has a conductivity of 5 μS/cm and can also be used to monitor media with a < 5 % solid particle content (where the media has the same level of conductivity).
The sensor is made entirely of 316 stainless steel, with all of the media contacting materials being FDA approved. The FMQ is suitable for CIP-/SIP-cleaning up to max. 130 °C (up to 30 minutes) and also has an automatic empty pipe detection, to protect other components in your system from dry running damage. With a simple user interface that doesn’t need the housing opening to adjust the parameters, moisture ingress, care and maintenance are all minimised. This is accompanied by a vacuum tight metering tube that is rigid, even at high temperatures and is also piggable.
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|Area of apllication||Food, Pharma|
|Material electrode||Stainless steel 316L|
|Material of connection||Stainless steel 316L|
|Material of seals||EPDM food approved|
|Material of sensor housing||Stainless steel AISI 304|
|Material of wetted parts||PFA|
|Temperature ambient from||-25 °C|
|Temperature ambient to||60 °C|
|Temperature of media from||0 °C|
|Temperature of media to||100 °C|